With an established career of genre-mashing and energetic production, the Brooklyn-based Neon Indian (aka Alan Palomo) has recently announced details of his Australian return and released Slumlord, the second cut off his long-waited return album, Vega Intl. Night School.
Palomo will be taking Neon Indian on the road in Australia this December starting at Victorian favourite, Meredith Music Festival
followed by a handful of headline shows on the East coast, presented by Popfrenzy
Having already clocked up over 140K SoundCloud streams, Slumlord opens on the scene of a slow dance at an 80s prom, ascending to a high-energy groove, drenched in synth and a softly burning bass line.
The follow up to 2011’s Era Extraña, Vega Intl. Night School marks a period of aesthetic reinvention from Neon Indian. The album which brims with diversity and elaborate songwriting – attributable to the variety of locations of its creation; a cabin aboard a cruise shit, DFA’s Plantain Studios in NY, Pure X’s practise space in Austin and Ben Allen’s studio in Atlanta, results in his most interesting work to date.
NEON INDIAN AUSTRALIAN TOUR 2015
PRESENTED BY POPFRENZY
Friday 11th, Saturday 12th & Sunday 13th December
Meredith Music Festival
Monday 14th December
Wollongong – University of Wollongong
Tuesday 15th December
Sydney – Oxford Art Factory
Wednesday 16th December
Brisbane – The Foundry