Debut Album from Rock Supergroup!
Chandeliers in the Savannah is Neon Blonde's debut album, released September 13, 2005.
Neon Blonde was a supergroup consisting of Johnny Whitney and Mark Gajadhar from The Blood Brothers. They were based in Kirkland, Washington, a suburb of Seattle. The two expanded beyond The Blood Brothers' sound by utilizing a more electronic-based sound, which included electroclash and dance-punk. Neon Blonde's music drew from many genres including post-hardcore and experimental rock (influenced by their band The Blood Brothers and Velvet Underground's art rock). They have also teamed up with Blood Brothers members to create Head Wound City, and a more electroclash sound.
"A glittering, sharp-edged magpie's nest of fractured glam, hip-hop, electronica, pop, Blood Brothers-style fury and whatever else caught the band's fancy...Chandeliers in the Savannah manages to do more than just show off Whitney and Gajadhar's range; while it's got enough perverse power to please Blood Brothers' fans, it's also interesting enough in its own right to win over listeners..." -Heather Phares
1. Black Cactus Killers
2. Crystal Beaches Never Turned Me On
3. Chandeliers and Vines
4. Princess Skullface Sings
5. New Detroit
7. Love Hounds
8. Dead Mellotron
9. Cherries in Slow Motion
10. The Future is a Mesh Stallion
11. Wings Made out of Noise