Between first single “Sleeping With A Friend” and singer Tyler Glenn’s choice to come out of the closet as a gay man, Neon Trees have had a particularly public album launch for Pop Psychology. So they’ve decided to lean into it with the video for “First Things First” and tell their story in video to accompany the lyrics.
The singer revealed his sexuality in a new interview with Rolling Stone.
One thing Tyler Glenn would like you to know about his mom is that she makes everything bigger and better. This includes, but not limited to, the first time he heard his band Neon Trees on the radio.
With Neon Trees’ upcoming third album, singer Tyler Glenn opened up about his mental state and his sex life, whether or not his parents approved.
Neon Trees’ new single, “Sleeping With a Friend,” is an infectious ode to friends with benefits.
Maroon 5 are revving up to headline the 2013 Honda Civic Tour, kicking off in August. Adam Levine announced the summer jaunt in a video released this morning (April 1), telling fans to “get excited,” which shouldn’t be […]
Happy New Years (Eve)! Granted ending 2012 without Dick Clark on our televisions will be different, you can still catch your favorite artists perform on these great shows tonight…
Combining popular music with TV commercials is nothing new. Even the venerable Rolling Stones once famously penned an original tune for a Rice Krispies ad back in 1963. Over the past decade, high-profile television commercials […]
2012 was a great year for sing-along songs. In fact, there were so many that it was hard to choose only 10! It takes a special kind of song to be your sing-along. It has […]
Utah alt-rockers Neon Trees talked about their very high-profile TV commercial for Buick, even if the car they’re helping advertise has a tendency to get lost in the humorous spot.
If you weren’t able to get out to Los Angeles for the concerts over the weekend, the station are thoughtfully streaming the show again today, Tuesday, December 11.
Neon Trees, Colbie Caillat, and Karmin will also make appearances during the parade.
Who would you like to see cast as Sandy and Danny?
It takes a Utahan (Utahn? Utonian? Utahieber?) to tell you what’s lovable about Utah. Neon Trees have a whole list!
Their single has kept growing since it’s December 2011 release, earning a powerful shot in the arm after it was placed in a Buick commercial in March of 2012.
Elaine Bradley, the beat-keeper for Neon Trees, delivered a bouncing baby “Animal” at her home in Provo, Utah.
“Really classic songwriters used to make up stories and I took that approach because I didn’t want to write about anything I was going through,” Tyler Glenn said.
Neon Trees reveal single “Everybody Talks” has one million downloads at recent performance.
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The themes of love and romance abound on Neon Trees’ latest album, Picture Show, and singer Tyler Glenn explains exactly how those elements inspired him during the songwriting process.
Neon Trees front man Tyler Glenn revealed that his long-lost high school romance made its mark on the band’s latest album, Picture Show.
Inspiration often strikes at random times. For Neon Trees, it struck the last night of their tour with Duran Duran. In their latest behind-the-scenes video of the making of new album Picture Show, the band revealed how three of their tracks came about.
Just before Neon Trees took the stage at BFD 2012, Live105/San Francisco got to ask them the question “24 hours in Vegas and $10,000. What would you do?” Each member of the band had different ideas of what they’d do with cash in Sin City.
There is a long history warming up with a cough in pop songs, from Jet’s “Are You Gonna Be My Girl” to DJ Kool’s “Let Me Clear My Throat” (best known as the theme music for Yo! MTV Raps) to the original version of Oasis’s “Wonderwall.” Just like Neon Trees, they all started innocuously.
Neon Trees have a had a very busy few months. They released their new album The Picture Show in mid-April and then in May their drummer Elaine Bradley announced she was pregnant. Not only has it not slowed them down, but they made time to stop and chat with Live105/San Francisco before their set at BFD 2012.
Neon Trees will be performing live from the Red Bull Sound Space at KROQ TODAY at 1PM PT/4PM ET.
The second track on Neon Trees’ new album, Picture Show, is what frontman Tyler Glenn calls “bratty.”
No summer is complete without the perfect song. With Memorial Day right around the corner —marking the season’s unofficial start—we’ve rounded up some choice tunes that might find their way onto this summer’s playlist. We’ve […]
Wonder how your favorite albums get made? Neon Trees say, in a behind the scenes look at their new album, that for them it started with a concept.
What’s your sign? Do you read your horoscope every day? Follow your sign on Twitter? When Neon Trees stopped by CBS Local we asked them if they believe in horoscopes.