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December 25, 2019

“Used to like” is the first single since Neon Trees critically acclaimed album “Pop Psychology” five years ago. It’s the first single from the bands upcoming album to be released next year. This upcoming album will be Neon Trees fourth full length album.

“Used to like” promises to keep the bands tradition of catchy lyrics and a danceable beat. 


The single is all about the honeymoon phase in relationships and how later on you wish you could get back to that.  How you don’t always see at first the problem that are going to arise down the line. Frontman Tyler Glenn shows this perfectly with the lyrics “Now you’re saying I’m acting crazy, and I don’t see what you see, get back to what you used to like about me.”


The band took a break with Tyler making his Broadway debut when he starred in Kinky Boots in 2018. After the production Tyler found new inspiration and started to focus on the band again. Earlier this year Neon Trees signed with ADA and wrote their upcoming album. Look out for more in the upcoming year from Neon Trees. 




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