Imagine Dragons frontman and founder of the band, Dan Reynolds, took his official Twitter account today to share his latest ever status while trying to get sober, and also the album that he’s listened to most these days.

As you may already follow his social media accounts, Imagine Dragons founder announced that he’s trying to get sober for two weeks and informing his fan base. Today, he updated his fans about his health status by admitting that he’s still sober, he also recommended one of the best albums of Mount Erie to his fans.

Mount Erie is the solo musical project of Phil Elverum himself, and he collaborated with many other stars on his records and stage performances. The band’s eighth studio album named ‘A Crow Looked At Me’ was released in 2017 and it got almost perfect review scores from professional ratings.

Despite the band released two new albums after that, it’s still considered as one of the best albums of Mount Eerie so far. Today, Imagine Dragons frontman called the album ‘vulnerable’ and ‘exposed’ and stated that it’s one of the best recordings he listened to for a while.

Here is what Dan wrote in his latest tweet:

“One of the best albums of the last long while for me. I highly recommend you listen from start to end. Maybe sitting outside in the shade. Brutal and beautiful. So incredibly vulnerable and exposed. ‘A Crow Looked At Me’ by Mount Eerie.”

You can check out the tweet and the full album right below.