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  • 1HiFi (True Light)03:22
  • 2Rainbow03:15
  • 3Neon Pill03:21
  • 4Float Into The Sky03:58
  • 5Metaverse02:14
  • 6Out Loud03:20
  • 7Ball and Chain02:46
  • 8Good Time03:06
  • 9Shy Eyes03:12
  • 10Silent Picture03:45
  • 11Same02:58
  • 12Over Your Shoulder03:17
  • Total Runtime38:34

Info for Neon Pill

Neon Pill is the highly anticipated new album from Cage the Elephant, and group's first new music since their album, Social Cues, which won Best Rock album at the 2019 GRAMMY Awards.

Matt Shultz, vocals
Brad Shultz, rhythm guitar
Daniel Tichenor, bass
Jared Champion, drums
Nick Bockrath, lead guitar
Matthan Minster, guitar, keyboards, backing vocals

Cage the Elephant
were formed in Kentucky by three high school friends; Matt Shultz, Brad Shultz and Jared Champion, along with two other friends Lincoln Parish and Daniel Tichenor. Before rocking with Cage, they played music in a band under the moniker Perfect Confusion which were disbanded when they left.

In 2007, they got slots at major music festivals, South by Southwest, Bonnaroo, and Lollapalooza. After signing a deal with Relentless Records and moving to London, they started working on their debut album and released it as a self-titled effort in 2008. They received favorable review from music critics and their single "Ain't No Rest for the Wicked" peaked at No. 32 on U.K. Singles chart.

They began to showcase their music in the U.S. as they were tapped as a supporting act by Silversun Pickups and Manchester Orchestra in 2009. In the same year, they returned to Bonnaroo and Lollapalooza as one of the musical guests. From the road, they took their music the screen - "Ain't No Rest for the Wicked" was featured in movie "The Bounty Hunter" and they appeared on "Late Show with David Letterman".

On January 11, 2011, Cage the Elephant dropped a second studio album "Thank You, Happy Birthday" which was produced by the same man who helped them with the eponymous record. The album debuted at No. 2 on Billboard Hot 200 with 39,000 copies, marking their best-ever charting effort and best sale week.

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