(AKA vocalist Frank Kadillac and drummer Adrian Morris) is a pop duo hailing from Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Since they burst on the scene in 2015, Neon Dreams just about conquered Canada: being included on Justin Trudeau's playlist as well as winning Juno and Canadian Radio Music Awards. The band draws on just about every type of genre to create immediately catchy tunes infused with EDM and rock and roll vibes. After five years of gigging, sonic experimenting, opening big tours, releasing remixes and stellar singles, Neon Dreams dropped their first full length last summer. 2019's Sweet Dreams Till Sunbeams explores Kadillac's trauma and experiences; his raw vulnerability is polished to a fine electro-pop point - making the album a vessel for not only dancing but healing. Live, the at least six-foot tall Kadillac stalks the stage gracefully, mic in hand, jumping right along with the crowd, while partner in crime Adrian holds down the live beat amidst the programming.