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What happens when Linkin Park goes pop?

Gone are the heavy guitars. Riffs are few and far between. But guitarist Brad Delson adds a nice new wave vibe to “Talking To Myself,” which actually comes off sounding ...

Neon Trees' Tyler Glenn: Gay, Mormon and Finally Out

Tyler Glenn of Neon Trees gleams like a fluorescent highlighter as he ... This story is from the April 10th, 2014 issue of Rolling Stone. ...

Our name is Neon Trees. We're musicians, we're famous and we're Mormons (mostly).

When Neon Trees take up the theme, in their song "Hooray for Hollywood," it's another matter. Despite successful singles and albums, the band seems destined to remain outside. The members ...

Music review: Neon Trees at the 9:30 Club

WASHINGTON, September 18, 2014 ' During Neon Trees’ recent appearance at DC’s 9:30 Club, it was unclear exactly how many people in the audience had ever been in a music ...

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Although a well known band in Provo, Neon Trees didn't receive nationwide exposure until late 2008 when they were chosen as openers for several of The Killers' North American tour dates. Not long after, the band was signed by major record label Mercury Records in early 2009. Additionally, the group was voted Band of the Year in 2009 by City Weekly, a popular Salt Lake City publication. Although they had several prior independent releases, the band released its debut album at Mercury/Def Jam, Habits, on March 16, 2010 with "Animal" as its lead single. The band performed "Animal" during their March 23, 2010 appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! as well as their May 14, 2010 appearance on The Tonight Show. Throughout the Spring of 2010 the band, along with Mutemath and Street Drum Corps, will be opening for the 30 Seconds To Mars tour Into The Wild.

Neon Trees Tickets

Although a well known band in Provo, Neon Trees didn't receive nationwide exposure until late 2008 when they were chosen as openers for several of The Killers' North American tour dates. Not long after, the band was signed by major record label Mercury Records in early 2009. Additionally, the group was voted Band of the Year in 2009 by City Weekly, a popular Salt Lake City publication. Although they had several prior independent releases, the band released its debut album at Mercury/Def Jam, Habits, on March 16, 2010 with "Animal" as its lead single. The band performed "Animal" during their March 23, 2010 appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! as well as their May 14, 2010 appearance on The Tonight Show. Throughout the Spring of 2010 the band, along with Mutemath and Street Drum Corps, will be opening for the 30 Seconds To Mars tour Into The Wild.