Tyler Glenn Turned Unrequited Love Into Neon Trees' New 'Feel Good' Dance Track


Despite the song's upbeat tempo and feel good lyrics, it was actually inspired by frontman Tyler Glenn's heartbreak and depression. Finding joy in failure is a common theme in queer music, but Glenn's honesty and strength here feels especially poignant. The openly gay struggling-Mormonopened up about an unrequited love and mental health on Twitter earlier today in a lengthy letter to his fans. Read the full article here

Paul Colichman