Island Records artist 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.
Hailed by Rolling Stone as "a New Wave pop powerhouse," Neon Trees first united in 2006 and instantly attracted acclaim and attention for their kaleidoscopic sound and affirmative vision, showcased on 2010's extraordinary debut album, HABITS. The album proved a phenomenon from the start, ascending to #1 on Billboard's "Heatseekers Albums" chart following the breakthrough success of its lead single, "Animal." A true international smash with 75 million streams to date, "Animal" reached the upper regions of an array of airplay and sales charts, including #1 on Billboard's "Alternative Songs" chart - the band's first ever #1 single. Now certified 2x platinum by the RIAA, "Animal" eventually received "Top Alternative Song" honors at the 2011 Billboard Music Awards, while also being featured in a long list of TV, film, and video game soundtracks and advertising campaigns.