Halifax-based Juno Award winners Neon Dreams will be playing shows in Moncton and Fredericton in November with special guest Levi Rowan.
For the first time since COVID-19 halted live touring earlier this year, Halifax’s 2020 JUNO Award winning alt-pop group Neon Dreams will return to the stage this November, announcing three dates in the Maritimes. Special guest is New Brunswick’s Levi Rowan.
The duo are back with their new single “Don’t Go Hating Me Now,” streaming everywhere. Produced by Scott EFF and Corey LeRue, Frank Kadillac and Adrian Morris turned a tough realization into a catchy song that’s bound to be a hit. Written with the purpose of shedding light on the harsh realities that come with addiction and loss of self-control, “Don’t Go Hating Me Now” is a reminder that you can have the hardest, most necessary conversations with those you love most.
The track will be featured on the band’s forthcoming full-length album, also due in November. The tour in support of the album make Neon Dreams one of the few bands touring in North America for the remainder of 2020.