Any conversation with Neon Trees' Tyler Glenn is likely to be heavy on the word "fascinated." He's fascinated by pop culture, the talent of his band mates, authenticity in an inauthentic world and the power of imagination. The fact that Neon Trees write killer songs isn't any kind of news. "Animal," from Neon Trees 2010 debut, Habits, was a double-platinum single, it was named the Top Alternative Song of 2011 by Billboard. Their new CD "Picture Show" is a transcendent rock record. Tyler sums up Neon Trees best by saying, "The spirit of rock and roll is in the music, the emotional weight of the melodies and lyrics, the show and the performance, and with all of that, Neon Trees is rock and roll."