Lion Babe share spellbinding new track ‘Signs’ with Siimbiie Lakew

The freshly squeezed slice of R&B is the latest preview from the duo's upcoming third album

Lion Babe have shared a spellbinding new track called ‘Signs’ – you can listen to it below.

The freshly squeezed slice of R&B is a mesmerising one of a kind sonic that features Ethiopian-raised and Brooklyn-based music artist Siimbiie Lakew.

‘Signs’ arrives a month after the alt-R&B/soul duo – comprised of singer-songwriter and performance artist Jillian Hervey and producer/DJ Lucas Goodman – announced the release of their upcoming third album, ‘Rainbow Child’.


“The song is about being aware of how signs show up in your life whether it is through people, patterns or life experiences and how that can guide or warn you,” Lion Babe said in a press release.

You can listen to ‘Signs’ below:

‘Signs’ follows the release of last month’s sun-kissed single ‘Frida Kahlo’, which draws on Hervey’s enduring appreciation for the iconic Mexican artist.

Speaking on the track, Hervey called it “a song that honours the spirit of Frida Kahlo. Her art and creativity helped to nurture her pain. It is a celebration of her fearless authenticity.”

‘Rainbow Child’ is the follow-up to Lion Babe’s 2019 album, ‘Cosmic Wind’, which spawned the singles ‘Western World’ featuring Wu-Tang Clan‘s Raekwon and ‘The Wave’ featuring Leikeli47.


Last September, Lion Babe shared a vibrant reworking of Yasiin Bey’s (fka Mos Def) classic 1999 track ‘Umi Says’.

The song, which originally appeared on Mos Def’s debut album ‘Black On Both Sides’, is a rallying cry that calls for all Black people to be freed in the wake of racial injustice.

Hervey and Goodman revamped the track in order to offer hope and inspiration at a time when inequality has been put back in the spotlight following the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and many others.

“We’ve spent 2020 writing new music and creating in response to the heightened pain and injustice black lives have been experiencing,” the duo said in a statement. “Music has been our refuge. We have turned to the artists that have provided wisdom, encouragement and energy to help us get through it.”

They continued: “The song inspired us to bring it new life, the message however remains the same. FREEDOM for BLACK PEOPLE. We all are finding our own ways to participate in the revolution and for us it is with music.”

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