The pop quartet Neon Trees were already known for their danceable hits when lead singer Tyler Glenn came out as gay… a step made all the more surprising since all the members of the group were Mormons, a denomination not known for being supportive of LGBT folks. Glenn went out on his own with a solo album in , which included at least one song whose anti-Mormon imagery rubbed some of his bandmates the wrong way. At the time, Glenn told me the future of the band under its classic line-up was in flux.
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However, today the band announced their decision to delay its release to July 24th. They made this choice due the growing movements for effecting change. Rather than detract from the protests and the Black Lives Matter movement, the band instead aim to amplify these fights for justice. Our 4th album, I Can Feel You Forgetting Me , has been long awaited to many of you, and while we are so eager to release it, quite honestly we feel awkward promoting an album at this current moment when protest and activism for real system change should be the focus and dominating conversation. We have decided to move the release of our album to July 24th, in an effort to not detract from the global movement: the fight against racial injustice and violence. We post this in solidarity with the movement, and stand alongside all of those in the fight for change.
"Music is what feelings sound like"
Start out your long holiday weekend right with some brand new music from your favorite LGBTQ artists! From a contemplative new Rina Sawayama music video, to a fun-loving new pop jam from Neon Trees , check out some of our favorite new releases this week:. When it comes to her music and her videos, rising pop star Rina Sawayama wants you to expect the unexpected. It doesn't work for long, as her character eventually starts a drunk bar fight as they try to ignore the pain they can't escape. It may not be what fans presumed they'd see, but it's an arresting video nonetheless. Now, she's giving fans a complete deluxe "Paw Prints" version of the album. What happens when you take a rising star in the pop industry and pair them with one of the most inventive producers working today? Turns out you get Fletcher and Sophie's remix of "Forever. It may have been only a few months since rapper Young M.
Today, the single comes with a new lyric video. New Best Friend is about embracing the crazy that lives within all of us: The nostalgic highs, the unflattering lows, and the beautiful messiness of being human. I choose to accept myself, and everything that comes with it. That to me is the essence of this song. Tyler describes wild nights out, his habits of drinking and getting high indicative of a bad emotional state. While the verses glide in with a mid-tempo groove, the choruses slow it down, sounding more anthemic and sad. But Tyler twists it around again: people may write him off as crazy, but he turns that insanity into his reliable companion. The song comes with a new lyric video. Pre-save the album here.