It’s fitting that the latest video from Provo, Utah, quartet Neon Trees depicts the band watching a drive-in movie while also performing onscreen in a faded wash of color that’s obviously tailored to look like the Instagram photos that are all the rage on Facebook. Pop music doesn’t come much more self-conscious than this, but it’s rarely quite this seamless either. Much like the visuals from the aforementioned video (for leadoff single “Everybody Talks,” off the new sophomore album Picture Show), the band’s sound blends recognizable pop hallmarks from the ’50s, ’80s and ’90s. In the video, the band fends off a zombie invasion while a succubus-like waitress lures unwitting victims behind the diner on the strength of her surface appearance. No one gets hurt, and the whole thing plays more like a sitcom than a horror film. Neon Trees may or may not be making fun of themselves, their fans and the corporate machinery they’ve willingly embraced, but they’re certainly clever — and skilled — enough to avoid sounding like generic radio zombies. Opener JJAMZ — pronounced “juh-jams” — features members of Bright Eyes, Maroon 5, Phantom Planet and Rilo Kiley.