It is the band’s first piece of material since their successful 2019 LP ‘Social Cues’

Cage the Elephant live
Cage the Elephant [Matt Bishop/The Rock Revival]

Cage the Elephant are back with a brand new song, “Neon Pill.” The track is the group’s first new piece of material since their 2019 GRAMMY®-winning album, Social Cues. Stream the official audio below.

The band recorded “Neon Pill” at Sonic Ranch in Tornillo, Texas. They worked with familiar collaborator John Hill (Imagine Dragons, Young the Giant, Foster the People) to produce the song. Hill produced the band’s previously LP, Social Cues.

This summer, Cage the Elephant are performing at Bonnaroo alongside Red Hot Chili Peppers, Gary Clark Jr., Jason Isabelle and the 400 Unit, Cigarettes After Sex, Interpol, Taking Back Sunday, The Mars Volta, GWAR, Idles, Michigander, Larkin Poe, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, and more. The festival is locked in for June 13 through June 16, 2024, on the Bonnaroo Farm, located just 60 miles southeast of Nashville in Manchester, Tennessee.

Cage the Elephant are coming off a massively successful two-album stretch. The band’s 2015 outing, Tell Me I’m Pretty, garnered the band the GRAMMY® Award for Best Rock Album. Their 2019 effort, Social Cues, took home the same trophy. Cage the Elephant tapped fellow GRAMMY® winner and one-time tour mate Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys to produce Tell Me I’m Pretty.