It’s a “feel good” Friday with the kaleidoscopic music video of the Neon Trees’s newest single, “Feel Good.”
This vibrant video throws back to the retro ’70s style and celebrates summer with a color palate best described as neon.
This is the first music video the Neon Trees have released since “Songs I Can’t Listen To,” released on YouTube on June 3, 2015. Neon Trees released its last full album, Pop Psychology, in April 2014.
The fashion-expressive Provo band released the single “Feel Good” on iTunes Aug. 4 and the coordinating music video on YouTube Aug. 18.
The Neon Trees are a throwback of a different kind for Utah Valley Magazine, as they featured the Neon Trees on the cover of the January/February 2013 issue.
The Provo-based band has plenty of ties to Utah Valley. Lead singer Tyler Glenn lived in Pleasant Grove, Utah. Bass player Brandon Campbell attended Utah Valley University and majored in graphic design. Drummer Elaine Bradley graduated form Brigham Young University in public health with a minor in German. And guitar player Chris Allen is from California, but he lived in Utah Valley while working in Orem and Park City.
The Neon Trees will perform at the LoveLoud concert at the Brent Brown Ballpark in Orem on Aug. 26. The concert will feature other Utah-based music groups including Imagine Dragons. The LoveLoud event is produced in support of the LGBTQ community and related organizations including Encircle: LGBTQ Family & Youth Resource Center.