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Photos: It’s a Utah homecoming for Neon Trees
First Published Jun 17 2014 08:09AM • Last Updated Jun 18 2014 08:52 am
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.