A wicked pastiche of blurry electronic synths and psychedelic pop, check out the trippy sounds of Neon Indian in this Live In NYC performance.

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  1. Neon Indian's Alan Palomo talks about working on his debut album, tweaking songs during their live sets and playing in New York.

  2. Watch our collection of Neon Indian's music videos!

About Neon Indian

  1. Texas chillwave band Neon Indian will dazzle your head with a blurry pastiche of synth bleeps and psychedelic pop. The band's inventive debut album, "Psychic Chasms," won super-positive notices from Rolling Stone, Billboard, Pitchfork and many, many other critics. Fronted by Alan Palomo, who's known for his work in indie bands like Ghosthustler and VEGA. The breezy first single from the laid-back, fuzzed-out band, "Sleep Paralysist," makes you want to kick back to its balmy temperature. "Terminally Chill" is an anthem in the making. Trippy, infectious and peculiar, Neon Indian is a musical swirl of elements you can't quite put your finger on, but you'll keep coming back for more.

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