CARDS (Mike O) is an indie-pop artist based in Los Angeles, California. Not too long ago, he released a dreamy indie-pop tune, entitled, “Yesterday Dreams”.

CARDS – “Yesterday Dreams”

“Well, it seems like only yesterday I was lucid dreaming in my sleep.” – lyrics‘

Yesterday Dreams’ contains a dreamy storyline and soft vocals. Also, it possesses an indie-pop instrumentation embedded with Brazilian rhythms, psychedelic, and old-school Philly soul elements.


“This song is about the feeling you get when you look back on your life thinking how your dreams from yesterday were so easily realized. Maybe life isn’t as easy as it used to be. But you realize that you never strayed from your path and decide it’s not worth it to live in the past. You need to wake up and conquer your reality.” – CARDS

We recommend adding CARDS’ “Yesterday Dreams” single to your personal playlist.

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