Bad Liar is a song released by Imagine Dragons, an American pop-rock band.
The band was formed in Las Vegas in 2008 and consists of Wayne Sermon, Dan Reynolds, Ben McKee, and Daniel Platzman.
They sing electropop, pop-rock, indie pop, and alternative rock, and most of their songs are released by the Interscope records label.
Imagine Dragons' success was to impress, and so they did with the song we are going to talk about today.
Bad Liar was released through Interscope, in November 2018, as the fourth single from the band’s album named Origins.
The free Bad Liar piano sheet music was written by Imagine Dragons, Aja Volkman, and Jorgen Odegard, with the production of Odegard.
It has a length of 4:20 minutes and it is considered part of the electropop music genre.
Looking into its composition, we will be pleased to find elements like lead vocals, guitar, keyboards, drums, viola, bass guitar, and synthesizers.
Once released, the song was a successful hit, peaking at number 56 on the US Billboard Hot 100.
Bad Liar peaked the charts in many other countries such as Czech Republic, Belgium, Slovakia, Finland, and Switzerland.
It was loved by the public and critics, being considered a "brutally honest breakup anthem".
The song has also a "stripped" version, released in May 2019, called Bad Liar – Stripped.
The free Bad Liar piano sheets were written just before Reynolds and Volkman separated, as he declared, that the couple did not end up going through with the divorce.
Bad Liar has an accompanying music video, released in January 2019.
The video features a high school couple, an ominous tone, and fictional levitation.
The music video was directed by Ryan Reichenfeld and was filmed in Nevada.
The good news about Bad Liar is that you can find it now on our website, so please enjoy playing it at your piano at home, and leave us your feedback.