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“I think this is the first record where we combine both and really sound like Neon Trees throughout the entire album,” he says. After Neon Trees wrapped a support tour with The Offspring in the fall of 2012, Glenn found himself deeply unhappy personally and ready to give up on music altogether.“We hadn’t really slowed down since we put out our first record,” Glenn says of the heady time that followed his forming Neon Trees with guitarist Chris Allen in 2005.That's one truth everyone can agree on."Neon Trees will celebrate "Feel Good" with an exclusive home state live performance at the upcoming LOVELOUD Fest, set for Saturday, August 26th at Orem, UT's Brent Brown Ballpark at Utah Valley University.The event - co-headlined by Imagine Dragons and also featuring Krewella, Nicholas Petricca of Walk the Moon, and Joshua James - was created by Imagine Dragons' Dan Reynolds with help from Tyler Glenn, to ignite the vital conversation of what it means to unconditionally love, understand, accept, and support LGBTQ youth.“And I always felt mentally, even like physically, I was figuring out who I was on stage…and that was a weird sort of thing for me to struggle with while gaining more popularity.” At some point, Glenn says, he started having an unhealthy outlook on life and told his bandmates—guitarist Christopher Allen, bassist Branden Campbell and drummer Elaine Bradley—that he wanted a break.If the ads navigated you to another page, then use the back button to navigate back to the exact page where the problem started and submit from there.
The Provo-based band is currently at work in the studio on its fourth album -- the followup to 2014's "Pop Psychology" -- but just dropped a brand new single Friday as a taste of what's to come.
With disarming honesty, songs like “Love In the 21st Century,” “Text Me In The Morning,” “I Love You, But I Hate Your Friends,” and first single “Sleeping With A Friend” cleverly capture the millennial concerns referenced in the titles and deliver them in impeccably shiny sonic packages, thanks to the band’s performances and production by Glenn’s long-time friend and songwriting collaborator Tim Pagnotta.
Style-wise, Glenn feels that Pop Psychology blends sounds from the Provo, Utah-based quartet’s previous two albums, 2010’s guitar-pop-driven Habits and 2012’s electro-fueled New Wave-inspired Picture Show.
It was all very exciting for the Provo, Utah band, but success started to take a toll on Glenn.
“I always felt like we were playing catch-up,” the singer told .