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Having been raised under the mantra "follow your dreams" and being told they were special, they tend to be confident and tolerant of difference. Millennials is a generation who grew up with computers, internet and social networks.I hate teases & indirectness, so all I’m going to say right now is thank you for sticking with us/me for the last decade . I will say now there’s an album and songs to hear soon. Chris is playing the brand new Acoustasonic Telecaster! were stoked to return to @Summerfest in Milwaukee tomorrow. 6pm acoustic at the @fm1021 Summercamp Stage and pm full set at the ULINE Warehouse Stage. pic.twitter.com/8h W8OG8JLk we want to thank @Fender for the beautiful guitars we used during our acoustic set at Bottlerock this weekend!
“I never want to be the guy that says ‘Yeah, I wrote my best song and now I’m done—I’m 28 and that’s it.’ I want to continually grow and bring in influences of all music that I love into this band.” Now based in Provo, Utah, the band returns to Southern California for headlining shows at The Wiltern in Los Angeles on Monday, July 30 and at the House of Blues in San Diego on Tuesday, July 31 in support of new album “Picture Show.” Like the title implies, the album has a cinematic quality—the band literally goes to the movies in the video for lead single “Everybody Talks,” set at a drive-in with a B-movie within the video.“It’s not the same thing now, but it was kind of fearless then and I know he has a fearless nature in everything he does.” Read more about Neon Trees’ “Picture Show” on the Audio File blog at Follow Vanessa Franko on Twitter: @vanessafranko NEON TREES LOS ANGELES: p.m.Monday, July 30, The Wiltern, 3790 Wilshire Blvd., , plus fees, available through DIEGO: p.m.A decade ago, singer Tyler Glenn and guitarist Chris Allen were two Murrieta residents who started hanging out after their fathers, who worked together, did some musical matchmaking for their sons.Flash forward 10 years and the duo, along with drummer Elaine Bradley and bassist Branden Campbell, have become one of pop rock’s brightest new acts in their band Neon Trees.
The band’s résumé now includes two platinum-selling singles with 2010’s “Animal” and 2012’s “Everybody Talks,” from two major-label albums, not to mention the countless TV appearances on everything from “Live!