Neon Trees Shares Mormon Roots with Fans in New Video

In a music video released yesterday, April 22, popular alternative rock band Neon Trees let their fans peek into their pasts--including to their Mormon roots. All four members have a Mormon background: Tyler Glenn (vocals, keyboard), Branden Campell (bass guitar, vocals), Chris Allen (guitar, vocals), and Elaine Bradley (drums, percussion, vocals). Elaine even recently appeared in an "I'm a Mormon" video put out by the Church. 

While we're not sure what all the symbolism in the song in about, here are a few great pictures from their past as featured in the video:


Lead vocalist Tyler Glenn served a 2-year mission in Nebraska--check out the nametag. 


Another fun mission pic from bass guitarist Branden Campell.


Drummer Elaine married Sebastian Bradley in the Mt. Timanogos Temple in January 2010. 

Watch the full music video now, and let us know in the comments if you spot any more LDS connections in the pictures shown: 

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