Everybody Talks

"Everybody Talks" is the lead single from American rock band Neon Trees' second studio album Picture Show. It was released on December 20, 2011 in the United States as a digital download on iTunes. It soon became a sleeper hit. The song made it to #6 on the Billboard Hot 100, making this song their highest charting single to date, as well as their first top 10 hit. The song was mixed and engineered by Billy Bush and mastered by Joe LaPorta. As of October 2012, the song has sold over 2 million digital downloads. It also hit #7 on the Alternative Songs chart, their 1st Top 10 hit after Animal, it also hit #1 on the Adult Pop Songs, their 1st song to do so.
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