The soundscapes of Neon Indian will hold you captive, and mesmerize you with a haunting, discordant beauty. Gilt City members are invited to catch this exciting band as they set out on their newest tour. You’ll hear for yourself why the 2009 debut album by founder and frontman Alan Palomo appeared on many year-end lists, and why Palomo was praised by Pitchfork and SPIN for pioneering a distinctive electronic sound.
The Fillmore's surrounded by great restaurants and bars. For a bite or cocktail before a show, check out Dosa (one block north).
Neon Indian combines a synthy, retro vibe with darker, more psychedelic experiments. Written and recorded in Finland, the band’s recent sophomore album was inspired by the short hours of daylight in the Northern winter climate. The album was mixed by the legendary Dave Fridmann (producer for The Flaming Lips and MGMT). “It's the closest you can get to feeling like you're at the edge of the earth,” says Palomo.
The same can be said of Neon Indian’s live shows.