If you're a fan of spastic, glitzy, glitchy psychedelic indie pop music, Mountain Dew, and taxidermic animals on display in museums (and who isn't into all three??), then your one-stop shop for good times is the latest installment of the First Fridays concert series at the Los Angeles Natural History Museum. The museum has been hosting multimedia events that consist of concerts, lectures, and drinks on the first Friday of every month all year. Some of the past performers include Atlas Sound, tUnE-yArDs, and The Tallest Man on Earth.

Neon Indian headlines the musical portion of the evening this Friday June 4. The music video for their new Mountain Dew-sponsored single "Sleep Paralysist" was just released yesterday:

"Sleep Paralysist" was co-produced by Grizzly Bear multi-instrumentalist Chris Taylor and is as addicting and fizzy as the sugar rush-inducing soda that is promoting it.

Peanut Butter Wolf opens. Tickets range from $9 to $15.

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