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Monday, July 26, 2010

Watch Neon Indian's Interview With SF Weekly: Crazy Parrots, Helsinki Love, and 4 Loko Party Fuel

Posted By on Mon, Jul 26, 2010 at 7:30 AM

Minutes after Neon Indian's foundation-rattling, eardrum-splattering set at SF Weekly's All Shook Down Music Festival yesterday, we rescued principal member Alan Palomo from a jacket-wearing parrot that was roaming the streets of North Beach. (OK, we sort of interrupted his petting session with the odd bird.) Palomo thanked us graciously by going on camera to talk about his caffeine-fueled 22nd birthday party the previous night, what the future holds for Neon Indian and Palomo's other project, VEGA, and why the parrot experience wasn't that scary after all. Video courtesy of Jason Jurgens.

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