In late March, Tyler Glenn – singer for Provo, Utah, pop-rock group Neon Trees – came out as gay in an article in Rolling Stone. A month later, his band’s third album, “Pop Psychology,” gave the foursome its highest-charting debut at No. 6 on the Billboard 200.
Neon Trees returns to The Fillmore Thursday.
Glenn spoke to the Observer earlier this month about fan response to his news, dating in the age of Tinder, and writing a lyrically deep yet still ridiculously catchy pop album.