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“He started to cry and explained that he had always listened to our band and felt a connection to what I wrote about even before he was aware of my sexuality, but that me declaring who I am meant so much to him.That made me feel so good because it was then I realized I was able to talk about certain feelings in my music and it was positively affecting fans like him.” He stops and smiles before adding, “Then he introduced his boyfriend and told me they had met at a Neon Trees concert five years ago and we all just sort of had a teary moment together.“I always felt like we were playing catch-up,” the singer told .“And I always felt mentally, even like physically, I was figuring out who I was on stage…Take hook-happy new wave, add to it the classic-rock story-telling humanity and leaven with other-worldly charisma, and you begin to understand the palette Neon Trees are working from."I have this weird, obsessive nature of wanting to be a superhero," admits Glenn, who cites his two favorite performers as the Boss and the King of Pop.And moments like that, well, they give purpose to what I’m doing, more than anything else.” Since Glenn revealed the truth about who he is, the popularity of the New Wave-pop powerhouse has only increased.is the group’s most successful album to date — silencing fears Glenn once had that coming out publicly would bring rejection from some Neon Trees fans who had followed the band since its early days playing around Utah in the aughts.
Branden Campbell became a part of the band’s lineup that narrowed down to four members: Tyler Glenn and Chris Allen with Branden Campbell on bass and Elaine Bradley on drums. It debuted in October 2009 at number 100 on the Billboard Hot 100 and has reached a peak of number 13 in its twenty-two week on the chart.
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.
The foursome canceled their tour and Glenn started seeing a therapist who helped him feel happy again. “And there’s a lot of things I’m still working on.” The band’s upcoming record, (out April 22), is the result of Glenn’s therapy sessions.
"I just want to help my friends and the people I love by saving them, only to realize they're really saving me by listening to the music.
The songs are all about forgiveness, love and passion, which basically sums up the whole vibe of what we're about as a band, professionally and spiritually." In the opening "Sins of my Youth," Tyler reminisces about a childhood of trial, error and eventual self-discovery."'Your Surrender'" is also been featured in the Disney film Prom. "Everybody Talks" "Everybody Talks" is the lead single from the second studio album, by Neon Trees'. 6 on the Billboard Hot 100, making this song their highest charting single to date as well as their first Top 10 hit.