Island recording group Neon Trees has premiered the explosive video for their new single “Feel Good.” Filmed on location at the Saguaro hotel in Palm Springs, CA, the clip was directed by Roxana (Kehlani’s “Distraction”, Lil Uzi Vert’s “P’a & Q’s” and Gucci Mane’s “All My Children”). The video is for their eagerly anticipated single. “Feel Good” which is available now on all DSPs and streaming services. Written by Neon Trees’ Tyler Glenn and produced by Captain Cuts (Walk The Moon, Grouplove, Chainsmokers) at their Los Angeles studio, “Feel Good” marks Neon Trees’ first new music in more than two years.
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. Proceeds will go to the LOVELOUD Foundation, which supports The Trevor Project, Encircle, GLAAD, and STAND4KIND. Tickets for LOVELOUD Fest are now on sale via Smith’s Tix; for more information, visit loveloudfest.com.
PICTURE SHOW followed two years later, highlighted by the 4x platinum certified blockbuster, “Everybody Talks”, Neon Trees’ first single to reach the top 10 on Billboard‘s “Hot 100” as well as their first ever #1 on the “Hot AC” chart. The song has been streamed 130 million times to date.
POP PSYCHOLOGY made a stunning top-10 debut on the SoundScan/Billboard 200 upon its April 2014 release – Neon Trees’ highest chart placement to date. The album’s popular success was driven in large part by the multi-format smash single/video, “Sleeping With A Friend,” now certified gold by the RIAA for sales and streams in excess of 41 million.
“Songs I Can’t Listen To” followed POP PSYCHOLOGY in 2015, the non-LP single, marking Neon Trees’ last new release before taking a well-earned band hiatus. Lead singer and songwriter Tyler Glenn – who came out as gay in a milestone 2014 Rolling Stone interview – spent the temporary break continuing to push his art forward on his debut solo album, 2016’s acclaimed EXCOMMUNICATION.
Known worldwide as a colorful and energetic live outfit, Neon Trees has spent much of their lifetime on the road, including countless headline shows, festival performances, and tours alongside such like-minded artists as The Killers, Maroon 5, Twenty One Pilots, Duran Duran, The Flaming Lips, My Chemical Romance, Taylor Swift and more.