Neon Trees Return With Pop-Rock Anthem ‘Used To Like’

Neon Trees has released “Used To Like,” the lead single from their upcoming album, which will be the rock band’s first in more than five years.

Neon Trees frontman Tyler Glenn said in a statement that fans can expect a new album from the band in 2020.

The singer-songwriter said three different titles are on his mind for the album.

Glenn revealed that the song was inspired by a toxic relationship in his life in the last three or four years.

“There was a person that was kind of a friend and then it escalated into a very, like, emotionally co-dependent thing,” Glenn told Billboard.

He added, “And I knew it was always toxic for me but I was literally addicted to that person, and I think that spurred on a lot of the material on this album.”

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