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(Steve Griffin | The Salt Lake Tribune) Neon Trees frontman Tyler Glenn talks the stage during the bands first North American tour as headliners, supporting the band’s new album, "Pop Psychology." Publicity for the new album began with a bang when Glenn came out in a Rolling Stone cover story and talked honestly about growing up gay and Mormon.The concert was held at The Complex in Salt Lake City, Utah Monday, June 16, 2014.
Photos: It’s a Utah homecoming for Neon Trees
First Published Jun 17 2014 08:07 am • Last Updated Jun 18 2014 08:52 am
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Provo’s own Neon Trees, on their first North American tour as headliners, played a sold-out Utah homecoming show Monday at The Complex in Salt Lake City. The band is supporting a new album, "Pop Psychology." Publicity for the new album began with a bang when frontman Tyler Glenn came out in a Rolling Stone cover story and talked honestly about growing up gay and Mormon. Openers were Smallpools and Nightmare and the Cat.