The NYC duo returns with yet another fresh visual as “Impossible” is defined by a black/white/gold color palette that makes for a clean, striking look throughout. Jillian Hervey artistically glows beauty once again, especially in these GIF-worthy moments of spreading gold glitter. Lucas Goodman plays his part as the badass drummer/percussionist well too. And as for the song, Jillian’s fast delivery of the “You can break it down to shake me…” hook is fast addicting. Enjoy the audio/visual experience above.
LION BABE brings out the visual after the audio release last week and it’s an engaging, colorful look that features costumes galore for the singer of the duo Jillian Hervey. She embodies the LION BABE pretty literally, in fact. I’m diggin’ the sets and the silhouettes as well for the Pharrell-produced “Wonder Woman” that grows on you with each listen. Enjoy!
Clean, simple greyscale visuals from the fresh NYC duo, LION BABE, for one of my favorite tracks from their debut EP, “Treat Me Like Fire”. I can’t put my finger on it, but the constant melody reminds me of an old Childish Gambino song or “US Placers”. It’s got that vibe at least, via producer Lucas Goldman.
Singer Jillian Hervey shows off her lioness hair in taking center stage for the visuals up above and flat out, her whole style is on point. Enjoy up above, and watch all the way through for the slight twist in presentation…
On the heels of yesterday’s release of their stellar debut EP, Lion Babe releases a new video for the seductive single “Jungle Lady”. Acting as said jungle lady is the singer of the duo, Jillian Hervey, who dons some pretty badass makeup and attire not fit for the NYC cold wherein she laces her roller skates. The video’s aesthetic adds to the strength of the song, which should be in every fella’s late night playlist if they’re smart.
ICYMI: Stream the entire Lion Babe EP
Lion Babe first impressed with their Childish Gambino featured “Jump Hi”. The New York duo of the producer, Lucas Goodman, and singer Jillian Hervey, now impact with their self-titled debut EP.
After one listen, it’s easy to get swept up into Jillian’s sultry vocals that remain consistent over an easy-listening fusion of soul, hip hop patterns, and even some reggae. Here’s where you should start today if you’re browsing Gowhere for some new music.
I also enjoyed this tidbit and quote from the press release:
Hervey and Goodman first connected at a Northeastern University college party (“I was super-nervous and awkward,” Hervey recalls), then crossed paths once both were living in New York. “It was inevitable for me to be in the arts,” says Hervey, whose mother is the singer-actor Vanessa Williams. Goodman, who took up guitar at age 11, concurs: “The goal was always to be creative for a living. What’s better?”