Chill Wave Band Neon Indian Returns to Paper Tiger October 21

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Alan Palomo in his "Annie" video - YOUTUBE SCREENSHOT
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  • Alan Palomo in his "Annie" video

Retro aestheticist, synth enthusiast and composer of dance brilliance, Neon Indian founder Alan Palomo is making his way back to where he grew up — San Antonio. 

Mexico-born, SA-raised Palomo started Neon Indian as a solo project, before the idea's evolution into a full-piece band and - three albums later - an acclaimed project. Palomo's third album Vega Intl. Night School is an epic expression of artsy dance music with beautiful neon colors. 



Catch him October 21 along with his band Neon Indian at Paper Tiger.  Tickets can be purchased here for $20 and the show starts at 8pm. 

Below is Neon Indian's new video for "Annie," a standout song from Vega Intl. Night School:




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