November 1, 2010
By Gretsch News
Alt-rock band Neon Trees has added a two-week intimate U.S. club run this November.
“I don’t want a single barrier blocking us from you, and I wanna sing sing sing our hearts out and make some history this November,” writes frontman Tyler Glenn in his Oct. 29 website post to fans.
The lead singer also promised low-priced tickets, new merch and a freshly shorn head each night. Neon Trees will be supported on the tour by New Politics and Young The Giant.
Watch their video below for new single “1983.” Although the video takes the Neon Trees back to the ’80s with references to hit movies like Big and Lost Boys, there’s nothing outdated about bassist Branden Campbell’s sleek Gretsch White Falcon Bass.