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Neon Trees

Scoring multi-platinum hits with "Animal" and "Everybody Talks," Neon Trees blend new wave, dance, and indie into smart, catchy pop. Though their hook-laden style echoes the Strokes, their friends the Killers, and their tourmates Duran Duran, the band has stood out from their peers and influences. This is largely thanks to Tyler Glenn's songwriting, which chronicles the dynamics of relationships in witty, relatable ways starting with 2010's Habits and reaching new levels on 2014's Pop Psychology's explorations of his feelings about coming out. After a lengthy break, 2020's I Can Feel You Forgetting Me offered a more mature version of Neon Trees' slick yet heartfelt sound. Neon Trees' roots go back to vocalist/keyboardist Glenn and guitarist Chris Allen's time growing up in Southern California: when Allen moved to Provo, Utah for school, Glenn, a self-taught musician, followed him. The pair connected with bassist Branden Campbell and drummer/vocalist Elaine Bradley; originally from Chicago, the latter began playing guitar in bands when she was 14 before switching to the drums. They started playing as Neon Trees in late 2005 perfected their new wave-tinged sound at local shows. The band released their first EP, 2006's Becoming Different People, while on tour in California. Neon Trees got their big break when the Killers' drummer, Ronnie Vannucci, saw them play a show in Las Vegas (previously, he and Campbell were members of a ska band), which led to them opening for the Killers on several dates of their 2008 North American tour.