Neon Trees lead singer Tyler Glenn comes out in Rolling Stone, posts statement to Facebook

Tyler GlennFollowing his coming out as gay in the newest issue of Rolling Stone, Tyler Glenn, lead singer of the Utah New Wave pop band Neon Trees, has released a long form statement on the band's Facebook page.  Glenn was inspired to come out while writing songs for Neon Trees' new album, saying that "for me [coming out] is about finding the purist of peace. The absolute settling of my soul. The clearest vision of the road I want to take."  His statement already has been met with thousands of likes and shares as well as many supportive comments.  You can read his full statement here, and the Rolling Stone article here.

 

 

 

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