Tag Archives: Neon Trees
Posted: October 26, 2012
In the clip, things go from an unruly classroom to zombies with the flip of a lightswitch. (more…)
Posted: April 9, 2012
With their sophomore album, Picture Show, due out April 17, Neon Trees has been releasing a slew of new songs via various outlets.
Their latest is a new take on their 2011 collaboration with house DJ Kaskade.
Titled “Lessons In Love (All Day, All Night),” the latest version of the song is a New Order call-back with a throbbing bass line.
Listen to “Lessons” below:
To pre-order Picture Show and to download a movie poster that corresponds with every track, visit Neon Trees’ official website.
Posted: October 24, 2011
Watch as Neon Trees bassist Branden Campbell talks about his adoration for his Gretsch White Falcon Bass.
Posted: June 7, 2011
Over the weekend, Los Angeles’ KROQ radio station held its annual weenie roast featuring acts such as The Airborne Toxic Event (TATE), Neon Trees, Bad Religion, Cage the Elephant, the Strokes, Rise Against and a surprise performance by the Foo Fighters.
As usual, Airborne Toxic Event frontman Mikel Jollett and Neon Trees bassist Brandon Campbell were reppin’ their Gretsch gear. Jollett played his Gretsch
G6136TSL Silver Falcon™ w/ Bigsby while Campbell used his White Falcon Bass. Check out these KROQ photos here and here and here and here.
Also here’s fan footage of the Airborne Toxic Event’s performance of “Sometime Around Midnight.”
Posted: January 18, 2011
The Gretsch Showcase, with its colorful and stylishly designed guitars, seems to be an eye-stopper every year at the NAMM show in Anaheim, Cali.
Below are some photos of just a few of the musicians who stopped by to check out the goods …
Country western singer/guitarist Lynda Kay with Kim Falcon.
Neon Trees bassist Branden Campbell stops to test out a Gretsch bass.
Airborne Toxic Event drummer Daren Taylor came through the showcase sporting our Gretsch “Since 1883″ field bag.
And thanks to the stunning display featuring the Gretsch Custom Shop G6128T-GH George Harrison “Tribute” Duo Jet guitar and other Harrison memorabilia, the Gretsch booth proved to be an even larger attraction in 2011.
For instance, although Keith Urban was on his way to the Fender Custom Shop booth, he couldn’t help but notice the Harrison display. The country superstar stopped and watched the nearly four-minute long video, also available now here, that tells the story behind and making of this unique guitar.
Rest assured, this was a repeated occurrence throughout the weekend because as beloved as the Beatles and George Harrison are, the tribute model quite simply stole the show!