Neon Dreams Invite Us On A Catchy, Reflective “Little Dance”

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Canadian duo Neon Dreams beckon us into a groovy waltz with their latest single “Little Dance,” a warm contemplation on how people move through life with their own choreography and often bump into someone who can become their dance partner. Speaking of the song, frontman Frank Kadillac shared: “After finishing our first tour of South Africa we decided to go shark diving. I had a phobia of drowning but felt it was time to face my fears. I jumped in the water and opened my eyes. There was a shark staring right at my face, my heart was pumping so I panicked. As I was collecting my breath, I started hearing this melody in my head that kept getting louder…I left the ocean to grab my phone and record the melody which eventually became the chorus of ‘Little Dance.’”

He continued, “Days before while attending a meditation retreat, I was walking through the garden observing how life works through the birds and little annoying flies when I had a perspective shift. Those little annoying flies were not annoying, they were dancing. They were finding purpose. They were falling in love. They don’t live long. But they do their best to enjoy each moment from sunup to sundown. One of the observations I wrote down in my book was…everyone is doing their own dance through life and if you see someone dancing in your direction you have the choice to dance with them or let them pass by and continue your dance… It’s just a little dance under the sun.”