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One of few publicly out Mormons, Glenn told The Associated Press in 2014 that he was looking forward to speaking about gay acceptance in his religious culture.
"On the level of being a role model for kids or LGBT Mormon youth, I'm totally down because I come from that background and I would be able to speak to them honestly," he said shortly after announcing his sexual orientation.
The video includes images related to the church and shows Glenn drinking alcohol.
Glenn told magazine that his belief in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints changed about six months ago.
The song has reached number one on the Billboard Alternative Songs chart after 32 weeks, making "Animal" their first number-one song on a Billboard chart.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- Two years after coming out as gay and praising the Mormon church for offering support, Tyler Glenn of Neon Trees is denouncing his faith in his latest music video.
The lead singer of the Provo, Utah-based band on Friday released the video for a single titled "Trash," in which he appears to be trashing the church.
Branden Campbell became a part of the band’s lineup that narrowed down to four members: Tyler Glenn and Chris Allen with Branden Campbell on bass and Elaine Bradley on drums. It debuted in October 2009 at number 100 on the Billboard Hot 100 and has reached a peak of number 13 in its twenty-two week on the chart.
"I was surprised at how many Mormon church leaders wrote me messages saying, ' This is great that you're doing this,'" he said.The name of the American rock band Neon Trees came about from the lighted trees on the In-N-Out Burger signs, which inspired Tyler Glenn and it was later learned that Branden Campbell's father, Steve Campbell, installed the exact lighted trees in the In-N-Out sign (that inspired Glenn) while working for a sign company out of Las Vegas. "Animal" "Animal" is the lead single from Neon Trees' debut studio album, .A representative of the church declined to comment.In the 2014 interview, Glenn said he had received positive feedback from church leaders.In November, the church announced that people in same-sex couples could be excommunicated.
The rules also said children of those couples must disavow homosexual relationships and cannot be baptized until they are 18.