Neon Dreams are a Canadian four-piece EDM band consisting of members Frank Kadillac, Corey LeRue, Matt Gats and Adrian Morris.
The band got recognition from rapper Waka Flocka Flame in January 2015. They remixed Waka Flocka Flame's tracks "50k" and "Hard In The Paint" which led to their debut album "The Last of Us". The first track, "Love expert" on the groups debut EP "The Last of Us" released on September 4, 2015, was the group breakthrough single. It was debuted on Bell Media stations across Canada and quickly picked up by other Top-40 stations nationwide. It climbed its way onto Billboard's CHR Top 40 chart and iTunes' Top 10 electronic chart.
The band reflects a diverse musical style combining EDM with live instrumental and vocals. They create a unique form of pop music taking influence from Rock, Hip-Hop and Electro.
The band emerged in 2013 consisting of lead vocalist Frank Kadillac, DJ/vocalist Corey LeRue, guitarist Matt Gats, and drummer Adrian Morris. They met in high school where Corey was a legitimate DJ, following in his father footsteps, the other members were originally into rock. Their own sound evolved into electronic with pop and rock element as they began writing and performing. Since then they have toured and shared the stage with artists such as, Diplo, Down With Webster, DVBBS and Waka Flocka Flame.
The band released their 7-song EP "To You" on August 26, 2016, with lead single "Marching Bands" featuring Toronto hip-hop legend Kardinal Offishall. The single boosted their career, pushing the band on a cross Canada tour.