Neon Trees @ Summit Denver

Neon Trees rocked the house at Summit on September 18, 2023. They brought “The Favorite Daze Tour” to Denver, and joining them were Laundry Day and Silent Rival.

Silent Rival

Alternative-rock band, Silent Rival, is made up of members Coda, Joz and Yukata. Coda was born and raised in Orange County, Joz is from Mexico, and Yukata from Japan, each bringing in something unique to the band. “We met in LA and connected over shared musical tastes. It’s funny because a lot of people have brought up our diversity, but we’ve always related to each other easily because we share the same tastes”

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Photos by Jess Nelson Media, LLC. All images © 2023 Copyright Jess Nelson Media, LLC.

Laundry Day

Laundry Day released their debut album, Trumpet Boy, in March 2018. They did this independently and while in their sophomore year of high school. They followed it up with Keep it Bright, their second album, only three months later. Their third studio album, Homesick, was released in March 2019, during their junior year. The album was co-produced with Romil Hemnani of Brockhampton. Some recorded at Rick Rubin’s Shangri-La Studio, some in their NYC bedrooms. The recent high school graduates’ major label debut, We Switched Bodies, was co-produced by rock savant Brendan O’Brien, released in February 2022.

The band performed at the Austin City Limits Music Festival in October 2019, and one month later at Tyler, The Creator’s Camp Flag Gnaw Festival. That same month, they played as an opening act for The 1975 during the North American leg of their A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships Tour. December 2019, they were an opening act for Clairo during the European leg of her Immunity Tour. Their song “Friends” was used as the closing song in the season 3 finale of the Netflix series, On my Block.

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Photos by Jess Nelson Media, LLC. All images © 2023 Copyright Jess Nelson Media, LLC.

Neon Trees

A confluence of personal and shared experiences awakened Neon Trees in 2019. Following four relatively quiet years, the multiplatinum genre-busting alternative quartet—Tyler Glenn [lead vocals, piano, keys], Chris Allen [lead guitar], Elaine Bradley [drums] and Branden Campbell [bass],—reignited the spark. The musicians summoned the same rock spirit, pop universality, and disco ball-drenched grooves that millions of fans fell in love with, while infusing a lot of wisdom and a little more wit earned along the way.

The first chapter introduced a sizzling signature sound cast in synth soul & rooted in robust guitars. The group began a rapid ascent to the forefront of popular culture fueled by 2010’s Habits. Its lead single “Animal” scored a double-platinum certification from the RIAA and took home “Top Alternative Song” at the Billboard Music Awards. In 2012, Picture Show spawned the quadruple-platinum “Everybody Talks,” which soared to #6 on the Billboard Hot 100. 2014 saw Pop Psychology bow at #1 on the Billboard Top Rock Albums Chart and #6 on the Top 200 in addition to producing the gold hit, “Sleeping With A Friend.”

Along the way, the quartet garnered acclaim from Rolling Stone, Entertainment Weekly, USA Today, and performing countless soldout headline gigs. After a successful 2015 headliner, Neon Trees took a well-earned break. In 2019, they return with the first single “Used To Like” and kick off a bold and bright new chapter.

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Photos by Jess Nelson Media, LLC. All images © 2023 Copyright Jess Nelson Media, LLC.

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