Alan Palomo's new ode to growing up on the border is a political turn for the chillwave group—and it slaps!
Think the Park City fest’s cool younger sibling, with a better record collection.
Alan Palomo is bereft, he's stuck in a karaoke video, he's looking for his lady like Harrison Ford was always trying to find his wife back in the 90s.
We’re just all piles of data waiting to be used in the end.
For me, Neon Indian's music conjures momentous feelings, memories, fantasies of makeouts that did and didn't happen, a state of eternal longing, the transcendence of linear time.
Teaming up with frequent visual collaborator Johnny Woods for a project called Outer Osmo Ghost Mode.