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Neon Trees Side Project - Kissed Out - Releases First Song

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Neon Trees drummer, Elaine Bradley, reunites with old friends and past bandmates, Bryce Taylor and Eric Robertson, to front Kissed Out.


Neon Trees drummer, Elaine Bradley, reunites with old friends and past bandmates, Bryce Taylor and Eric Robertson, to front Kissed Out. Their individual styles come together to create a synth pop feel, infused with alt guitar influences and punchy beats.

Impose Magazine is now premiering their new single "Minus Yous."



"'Minus Yours' is Kissed Out’s weird version of a J-Lo radio hit. It hits with heavy, drawn out bass and gorgeous vocals, provided by Miss Bradley. The chorus is delectably pop, with a very upbeat tempo despite the fact that the song poses thoughts of regret after a breakup. With guitars reminiscent of 90’s alt bands, crunchy synth bass, fat programmed beats, and an infectious chorus line, good luck trying to pin down a genre OR getting the song out of your head." - Meredith Schneider, Impose Magazine, 7/27/16



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Neon Trees Side Project - Kissed Out - Releases First Song


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Neon Trees drummer, Elaine Bradley, reunites with old friends and past bandmates, Bryce Taylor and Eric Robertson, to front Kissed Out.

Neon Trees drummer, Elaine Bradley, reunites with old friends and past bandmates, Bryce Taylor and Eric Robertson, to front Kissed Out. Their individual styles come together to create a synth pop feel, infused with alt guitar influences and punchy beats.

Impose Magazine is now premiering their new single "Minus Yous."



"'Minus Yours' is Kissed Out’s weird version of a J-Lo radio hit. It hits with heavy, drawn out bass and gorgeous vocals, provided by Miss Bradley. The chorus is delectably pop, with a very upbeat tempo despite the fact that the song poses thoughts of regret after a breakup. With guitars reminiscent of 90’s alt bands, crunchy synth bass, fat programmed beats, and an infectious chorus line, good luck trying to pin down a genre OR getting the song out of your head." - Meredith Schneider, Impose Magazine, 7/27/16


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