The band whose name was inspired by the In-N-Out Burger sign is coming to Louisville. Oh, I'm sorry. Does that not ring a bell for you? I'm sure you've heard their popular radio hits “Animal,” “Lessons In Love,” and “Everybody Talks.”
Lead vocalist and songwriter Tyler Glenn definitely did not hold back on Pop Psychology. Their website's bio states: "Songwriting has always been an emotional outlet for Glenn." This is apparent with lyrics like "This is a white heart heat when you get next to me. When I'm around you, it's like waking up the dead" in “Unavoidable.”
The slow jam "Voices in the Hall" will make you reminisce on a long-lost love. "You still hit me like a buzz, seventeen and drunk enough to wish. And you really got your hooks on me. Maybe that's the punishment for love."
Glenn was unafraid to target relevant issues. The very first track on the album touches on the complexity of love nowadays compared to the sweet simplicity it once used to be. This is especially the case in our technology-saturated culture. "I don’t believe making out is a dead romance. I miss the days being kids simply holding hands. I’m sick of wondering if you would ever call me back. I check my four different accounts just to end up mad." His honesty and transparency are unexpected, but refreshing.
Kick off your summer right with Neon Trees at Fourth Street Live! with special guest Nightmare and the Cat! Tickets are $7 in advance or $10 the day of the event. Get your tickets early here. For the VIP experience, click here. The party starts at 7 pm and is 21 and over.
Photo: Courtesy of Neon Trees.
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