Canadian-duo, Neon Dreams landed on the South African music scene this past year and have continued to drop hit after hit. A few weeks ago the first single, “Little Dance” hit number one on major stations in South Africa including the East Coast Radio Top 40, the Algoa FM Top 30 and the Jacaranda SA Top 20.
There is no slowing this duo Frank Kadillac and Adrian Morris down, as they release their hot new single, “It’s All Good”. This is the second single off their upcoming album due for release on the 11th of November 2022.
Described by lead-singer, Frank Kadillac, as “music for the soul”, the song is infectious and its catchy hook carries the strong Neon Dreams sound that listeners have come to know and love. The single was written in Cape Town and the duo collaborated with the same writers – Majozi and Dolf Willemse – of “Little Dance”.
What started as a one-line poem from Frank has blossomed into a single that can be described as “a pursuit of love and change.” Frank continues to explain more about the messaging behind the single, “Whatever pain may come, there’s still love to be won. Let’s not forget the way it feels.”
Earlier this year, Neon Dreams completed another successful South African tour as they travelled the country before heading back to Canada. They made Cape Town their home and were the first international act to tour South Africa after the pandemic. They are set to land back in SA towards the end of the year after the release of the highly-anticipated new album.
Since moving to SA they’re collaborated with some of SA’s most accomplished talents including Majzoi and Mthandazo Gatya and have sold out dozens of venues across the country. With regards to the new album, all the songs were written and produced in South Africa.
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Kadillac and Morris became fast friends after Kadillac moved to Halifax, Canada and the two quickly started making music together. In the years that have followed, the duo has garnered Gold (and now Platinum) singles; accumulated over 50 million streams; played sold-out international shows after their single “Life Without Fantasies” became a sensation across South Africa, and won numerous Canadian awards—including a coveted JUNO.
But the project has always meant so much more to Kadillac than accolades, and that was affirmed during his time in South Africa between the music community and meditation retreats that have inspired an ongoing creative evolution.
Kadillac’s continuous message of hope can be traced throughout their catalogue as uplifting songs about not fitting in and overcoming adversity are peppered throughout. In recent years, running all the way up to the present moment, Neon Dreams are continuing to inspire with new music before eventually hitting the road again.
And as always, Kadillac and Morris are focusing on one of their favourite things about being in a band: connecting with fans around the world on a more personal level.
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Source: Ian Bredenkamp Media