Neon Indian extends tour

Neon Indian extends tour

Back in 2009, it kind of felt like the sun was shining more than it really was while listening to Neon Indian’s Psychic Chasms. Its electro-warmth made it a quintessential “chillwave” album, with Hipster Runoff’s Carles considering frontman Alan Palomo one of his buzziest topics. Those were fun times. But currently, not much has changed, aside from the fact that no one uses the term chillwave with a straight face anymore. Palomo is more or less creating the same kind of music that makes one feel like they’re sitting on a beach, even though they’re actually sitting on a crowded subway train. His new album VEGA INTL. Nigh School was released last month and has been met with (mostly) critical acclaim.

Recently, Neon Indian came out with a cute promo commercial for the short film and music video of his single “Slumlord,” titled Slumlord Rising. It features Palomo and someone named Allan DeBarge. You call in and then get a text message from either one with their personal number. I called last night and got a message from DeBarge. Bummer.

Neon Indian has extended his tour and has added two North American dates. If you’re lucky, he might even play “Deadbeat Summer,” because everyone likes to feel nostalgic.

11.24.15 - Jakarta, Indonesia - Rolling Stone Cafe
11.26.15 - Bangkok, Thailand - Live RCA
11.28.15 - Seoul, Korea - Ax Hall
11.29.15 - Hong Kong, China - Clockenflap Festival
12.02.15 - Tokyo, Japan - Unit
12.03.15 - Osaka, Japan - Conpass
12.10.15 - Adelaide, Australia - Fat Controller
12.11.15 - Perth, Australia - Disconnect Festival
12.12.15 - Meredith, Australia - Meredith Supernatural Ampitheatre
12.14.15 - Wollongong, Australia - Uow Unibar
12.15.15 - Sydney, Australia - Oxford Arts Factory
12.16.15 - Fortitude Valley, Australia - The Foundry
12.18.15 - Melbourne, Australia - National Gallery of Victoria
12.31.15 - Chicago, IL - East Room (DJ Set)
01.28.16 - Boston, MA - Paradise Rock Club
01.29.16 - Montreal, Quebec - Fairmount Theatre
01.30.16 - Toronto, Ontario - Lee’s Place


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