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in her Provo, Utah home, she tells Us Weekly exclusively. "I'm sorry, but I've just got have this baby before I can tour again," she told a fan via Twitter July 14.
If his new lead solo single is to be believed, there have been two Tyler Glenns: 1) the frontman of Neon Trees and supporter of the Church, constrained in some ways by the needs of three other bandmates; and 2) unleashed solo artist who is clearly much angrier at the LDS church than he might have let on.
Tyler Glenn #1 disappeared with the handbook policy change last year. We’re not embedding it because at the two-minute mark Tyler clearly makes some movements associated with temple work, and as open-minded and even-handed as we attempt to be at This Week in Mormons, we’re not hosting content that makes light of temple covenants, now matter how genuine the place of pain may be that drove its creation.
I can’t even think, but we got history In all of this, I lost myself Maybe I’ll see you in hell Okay, whatever One man’s trash is another man’s treasure You keep throwing me out like You keep throwing me out like You keep throwing me out like One man’s trash is another man’s treasure One man’s trash is another man’s treasure Your friends think I’m a freak Why, what’s in my drink? There are no easy answers for gay Latter-day Saints.
I can’t even think, but we got history In all of this, I lost myself Maybe I’ll see you in hell Okay, whatever One man’s trash is another man’s treasure One man’s trash is another man’s treasure Let’s set aside feelings of offense that might come from a song so squarely targeted at Church establishment. There are those who find that focusing on the atonement of Christ is what matter most (see our great interview with Greg Harris of North Star International), and others who might try to straddle the line and embrace natural tendencies.
Neon Trees are arguably Provo’s most lucrative musical export.(Sorry, Imagine Dragons.) Over a few albums and a number of hit singles, the group has solidified itself not just as a leading pop act, but as a powerful emissary of Mormonism, with drummer Elaine Bradley producing an “I’m a Mormon” video a few years back and frontman Tyler Glenn coming out as gay while proudly touting his Mormonism at the same time. For every great group there is the inevitable solo record, and sometimes solo records show us the evolving side of the individual.The dichotomies at play are too complex for one pop song, podcast, or article.While personally I don’t agree that denigrating the image of a Church founder or mocking temple rituals serves a valuable purpose, I also don’t pretend to understand the anguish someone in Tyler Glenn’s shoes must experience.
How must it be attempting to feel like one must serve two masters? Neon Trees drummer Elaine Bradley has her own little "Animal." On July 30, the musician gave birth to a baby boy, Bryce Alden, at p.m. PHOTOS: Hollywood's most memorable pregnancies "I went into labor around a.m. " PHOTOS: Celebrity families' favorite summer activities Married since January 2011, Bradley continued to perform until she was seven months pregnant.