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Everybody Talks


Neon Trees is an alternative rock band which formed in Provo, Utah in 2005, with origins in Southern California. Formed initially by neighbors Tyler Glenn (lead vocals/keyboards) and Chris Allen (guitars), the band made its first home in Provo, eventually adding Branden Campbell (bass) and Elaine Bradley (drums/vocals) to the lineup. In 2010, the band’s single “Animal” peaked at #1 on the Billboard Alternative Songs chart.

Although a well known band in Provo, the band didn’t receive nationwide exposure until late 2008 when they were chosen as openers for several of The Killers’ North American tour dates. Not long after, the band was signed by major record label Mercury Records in early 2009. Additionally, the group was voted Band of the Year in 2009 by City Weekly, a popular Salt Lake City publication. Although they had several prior independent releases, the band released its debut album at Mercury/Def Jam, Habits, on March 16, 2010, with “Animal” as its lead single. The band performed “Animal” during their March 23, 2010 appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! and the band toured opening for 30 Seconds to Mars and MUTEMATH throughout the Spring of 2010.

Everybody Talks” is the lead single from American rock band Neon Trees‘ second studio album Picture Show. It was released on December 20, 2011 in the United States as a digital download on iTunes. The song has so far made it to number 6 on the Billboard Hot 100, making this song their highest charting single to date, as well as their first top 10 hit. The song was mixed and engineered by Billy Bush. As of July 2012, the song has sold over a million digital downloads, making it their second platinum song.


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