The newest music video from Imagine Dragons has just been released and you can see it right here. The latest video for "On Top of the World" features the band taking on various conspiracy theories, including the moon landing.

The song is the fourth single from the group's debut album Night Visions, which has sold 1.4 million copies so far. "On Top of the World" comes after such hits as "It's Time," which peaked at Number 3 on the rock charts, "Demons," peaked at Number 2 and "Radioactive," the bands most popular song, which peaked at Number 1.

Frontman Dan Reynolds recently described how the band writes their music saying "If a song cannot stand alone, just simply sung on the guitar or on the piano, and it has to be dressed up with production to make it a good song, than it's really not a good song. What we've done is really started in that setting every single time. And then when the song can stand alone, you know, and just be sung around a campfire basically and be a good song, then you can dress it up."

The strategy has obvious worked for the band who has managed to stay pretty busy. They will be setting out on a 21-date arena tour in February after they return from Europe, which includes a stop at the American Airlines Center in Dallas on February 21.