Neon Trees made their first appearance at Coachella this past weekend, but the Utah alt-rockers told Rolling Stone that the last time they were at the event they were busy passing out demo CDs in the parking lot. The band members also talked about how they intend to grow as musicians but without getting too far away from their core appeal. "We want to be creative in the construct of Neon Trees," says drummer Elaine Bradley.
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