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One song from that album, "Animal", which Glenn co-wrote, hit number one on the Billboard Alternative Songs chart.

Tyler Aaron Glenn (born November 28, 1983) is an American singer, songwriter, and musician.

He is known as the lead vocalist and keyboardist of the American rock band Neon Trees and as a solo artist. (drummer for The Killers), who knew Campbell from a previous band, saw Neon Trees playing at a small venue in Las Vegas and was impressed.

Watch Neon Trees Discuss Their Roots"I don't know what the rumors are, but we're not taught that 'homos are going to hell' on Sunday in church," he says.

"Mostly it's just about Christ and his teachings." Glenn lives about 15 minutes outside of town in a cookie-cutter three-bedroom rental, where he spends most of his time either cooking or watching TV.

However, with the church’s newer policies released in November 2015 that were very anti-LGTBQ and resulted in several suicides, Tyler has determined that enough is enough.

He left the church and wrote this song individually along with a powerful video to express the things he has went through and felt.

Tyler Glenn’s solo debut dropped almost a year to the date of the LDS (Mormon) Church’s vitriolic policy which announced that children of gay parents were prohibited from being baptized into the faith.

This announcement was life-changing for Tyler – he had only recently come out publicly as both gay AND a believing , practicing Mormon.

Both are filled with pain, nostalgia, bargaining, betrayal and melancholy.

rovo, Utah, is home to 112,000 people, 61 Mormon churches, four coffee shops, two music clubs – and, on this crisp Friday evening in February, one bleached-blond pop singer enjoying a rare night on the town.

Regarding his Mormon faith, Glenn stated in a 2012 interview: "The way I was raised and being a questioner, and getting a lot of my curiosities out early with drugs and alcohol, I think it’s helped me maintain a more even keel where I’m not out of control." The LDS Church has had a longstanding policy against same-sex marriage.