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“I was really happy with a lot of the lyrical content and I can see how he’s grown as a lyricist.The flow of the songs and the poetry has just gotten better,” Allen said.“It’s not the same thing now, but it was kind of fearless then and I know he has a fearless nature in everything he does.” Read more about Neon Trees’ “Picture Show” on the Audio File blog at Follow Vanessa Franko on Twitter: @vanessafranko NEON TREES LOS ANGELES: p.m.Monday, July 30, The Wiltern, 3790 Wilshire Blvd., , plus fees, available through DIEGO: p.m.Always a dynamic in a live setting, “Picture Show” shows off Glenn’s vocal acrobatics, from the Michael Jackson-esque cadence on “Weekend” and the pop gem of a single “Everybody Talks” to the snarling edge of “Teenage Sounds,” which also gets bold in the lyrics.The teen angst rant of the song is Glenn’s catharsis of a howling rock song that could be the soundtrack to the “It Gets Better” campaign.Glenn said by living with the melodies and lyrics, Neon Trees avoided the pressure that surrounds a band’s second record.He also credited the band’s road warrior tendencies to helping him develop a bigger bolder voice.
Doug Adams' driving arrangement will become a huge hit with your students. And I really thought it was a powerful line because we have a lot of gay fans and a lot of fans that are weird and that are called that. I think that line was therapeutic for me to put that on a recording.” Glenn said that the personal nature pushed him to write lines that almost frightened him. “Just before we got Elaine and Branden in the band, we were in a dark place.Financially, we were just killing ourselves working jobs and doing the band every day.A decade ago, singer Tyler Glenn and guitarist Chris Allen were two Murrieta residents who started hanging out after their fathers, who worked together, did some musical matchmaking for their sons.Flash forward 10 years and the duo, along with drummer Elaine Bradley and bassist Branden Campbell, have become one of pop rock’s brightest new acts in their band Neon Trees.