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Pop Psychology

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Download links and information about Pop Psychology by Neon Trees. This album was released in 2014 and it belongs to Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 39:23 minutes.

Artist: Neon Trees
Release date: 2014
Genre: Rock, Alternative
Tracks: 11
Duration: 39:23
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Love In the 21st Century 3:21
2. Text Me In the Morning 3:05
3. Sleeping With a Friend 3:48
4. Teenager In Love 3:17
5. I Love You (But I Hate Your Friends) 3:16
6. Unavoidable 3:57
7. Voices In the Halls 2:59
8. Foolish Behavior 3:51
9. Living In Another World 3:42
10. First Things First 5:06
11. American Zero 3:01

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Neon Trees make flashy dance rock that also serves as excellent car-radio pop. Their love for ‘80s styles might seem like a calculated move had they were hipsters from Brooklyn or Southern California—but these kids grew up in Provo, Utah, as Mormons, and they've dealt with their share of uncomprehending stares. Frontman Tyler Glenn recently came out as gay and continues as a practicing Mormon, causing a media stir. Yet the band is using the controversy to turn people’s attentions to the sugar-sweet confectionary pop: “Unavoidable,” “I Love You (But I Hate Your Friends),” and “Love in the 21st Century.” When they do slow down, it’s still with a determined groove. The retro synths of “Sleeping with a Friend” meet harmonies that give it the sound of a hit from the mid-'80s, except you haven’t heard it before. Shiny guitars meet up with the handclaps and glee of “Teenager in Love,” while forlorn synth lines warn of a painful breakup awaiting in “Voices in the Halls.”