Neon Dreams (Frank Kadillac, Adrian Morris) is a contemporary pop duo based in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Not too long ago, they released an alternative-pop tune, entitled, “Life Without Fantasies”.
Neon Dreams – “Life Without Fantasies” single
“I wanna have a bed on Beverly Hills. Grams gon’ be dead when she sees the gold grills. Spend a couple of stacks on a one night thrill. That be ok. I wanna get a fade like every other day. Got a bad and boujee on the way. I wanna see the look on my teachers face from my Bentley. What is life, what is life without fantasies?” – lyrics
‘Life Without Fantasies’ tells an interesting tale of a young guy who fantasizes about departing far away from where he resides. Apparently, all he needs is love and a little bit of pain to know what’s really real.
The likable tune contains a relatable storyline, harmonious vocals, and lush instrumentation scented with an alternative-pop aroma.
“These are the fantasies of a very uncool, unpopular kid. They were sparked from years of being picked on and desperately wanting to fit in. When I realized the effect that suppressed memories had on me, I started confronting everything I went through until I realized what I really want. When you don’t fit in it’s like you’re forced to see the world differently. I realized fantasies about money, girls, and luxury are fun to think about but in reality, those things don’t make you happy. All I want is some happiness and a little bit of pain to know what’s real.” – Frank Kadillac
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