14 Songs, 51 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Alan Palomo’s leap from chillwave poster boy to champion of hedonistic dance-pop has been a bold arc indeed. His third album as Neon Indian is the peppy proof—a neon-tinged blast of saturated synths, fat beats, and relentless pop. It’s all destined for the dance floor, from the funk guitar and rattling percussion of “The Glitzy Hive” to the ska-tinged strut of “Annie” to the flittering arpeggios and ’80s disco drive of “Slumlord.” Palomo plays the perfect host throughout, tailoring the party to his immersive soundtrack.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Alan Palomo’s leap from chillwave poster boy to champion of hedonistic dance-pop has been a bold arc indeed. His third album as Neon Indian is the peppy proof—a neon-tinged blast of saturated synths, fat beats, and relentless pop. It’s all destined for the dance floor, from the funk guitar and rattling percussion of “The Glitzy Hive” to the ska-tinged strut of “Annie” to the flittering arpeggios and ’80s disco drive of “Slumlord.” Palomo plays the perfect host throughout, tailoring the party to his immersive soundtrack.

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