Album Intro

Their Mercury/Island Def Jam debut, Habits, produced by old friend, Sugarcult singer/guitarist Tim Pagnotta, is a refreshing blast of timeless rock energy and spirit that wouldn't sound out of place at any point from '60s garage-rock to 2010 emo-dance, with the first single, 'Animal,' taking off from a Strokes-like intro into a song equally at home in the arena as on the dance floor, a paean to sexual longing in which singer/keyboardist/ lyricist/front man extraordinaire Tyler Glenn wails, "Take a bite out of my heart tonight.," and you have no reason to doubt his sincerity.

'Animal' began its climb up the singles charts in late-summer, fed by a BIG add at New York City radio Z-100. When Entertainment Weekly posted its "best bets for airwave domination come autumn" – 'Animal' led the pack at the top of the list. Said programmer Sharon Dastur of Z-100: "They really fill that alternative pop-rock sound that radio's been missing. There's been nothing of this texture since the Killers' big hits, and I think [Neon Trees will] take over that role." Also 'In late October, Neon Trees performed for iheartradio at the intimate P.C. Richard & Son Theater located in TriBeCa, NYC. The band performed tracks off of Habits plus a cover of 'Never Tear Us Apart' by INXS for a crowd of 200 lucky fans. Select tracks will launch in late November on iheartradio.com.'

Full Track

1
Sins Of My Youth - Album Version
Neon Trees
  03:38
2
Love And Affection - Album Version
Neon Trees
    03:03
3
Animal - Album Version
Neon Trees
  03:32
4
Your Surrender - Album Version
Neon Trees
    03:40
5
1983 - Album Version
Neon Trees
    03:42
6
Girls And Boys In School - Album Version
Neon Trees
    03:31
7
In The Next Room - Album Version
Neon Trees
    03:49
8
Our War - Album Version
Neon Trees
    04:04
9
Helpless - Album Version
Neon Trees
    02:53
10
Farther Down - Album Version
Neon Trees
    05:16