Neon Dreams duo Adrian Morris and Frank Kadillac.
- Canadian duo Neon Dreams are back in South Africa and enjoying every second of it.
- Singer Frank Kadillac and drummer Adrian Morris will perform at Liefde By Die Dam in Cape Town on Saturday, 12 November.
- Before the weekend show, the pair showed off their Afrikaans by performing Kurt Darren’s Loslappie.
Canadian duo Neon Dreams are in South Africa and enjoying every second of it.
Singer Frank Kadillac and drummer Adrian Morris arrived in SA in October and will be here until they perform at Liefde By Die Dam in Cape Town on Saturday, 12 November.
During the trip, the duo have caught up with friends they made on their last visit, given surprise performances in public and shown off their Afrikaans.
In a video shared on Instagram on Monday, the pair were tasked with performing Afrikaans treffer – Kurt Darren’s hit Loslappie during an interview with Carl Wastie on his weekday show, The Flash Drive.
“They asked us to play an Afrikaans song and we did our best,” reads the caption.
WATCH THE VIDEO HERE:
Kadillac and Morris will return to SA for their Its All Good Summer Tour, which kicks off in Johannesburg on 3 December.
They will be in the country right through Christmas and New Year, hitting the stage with Majozi at Kirstenbosch on 26 December and performing at the Dias Summer Festival at Diaz Beach on New Year’s Eve.
In a recent interview with News24, Morris opened up about how much he and Kadillac love South Africa.
“South Africa impacted our lives more than just music… We were there so much that I feel like part of my life exists in South Africa, and part of my life exists in Canada,” he said.
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