2014 album from the Utah alt-rock band. Tyler Glenn says of POP PSYCHOLOGY, ''The album is so special to me personally because it basically started from a place where I was broken and uninterested in anything to do with music. I had reached a breaking point. For me this record is a celebration, a cry for help, an admission of self-doubt, and a revelation of self-acceptance. At the very least, it's a pop record, and to me the purest example of the sound of Neon Trees.''