Jillian Hervey and Lucas Goodman – aka LION BABE – have released a mesmerising and epic visual for their latest single ‘Honey Dew’.
Shot in New York’s Taconic Sculpture Park and directed by Chalalai Fischbach and Jett Cain with creative direction from LION BABE, the hazy/ cinematic clip is another stellar example of the dazzling creativity that has set the duo apart in their own league, since they first burst onto the scene with their debut track and visual for the modern classic ‘Treat Me Like Fire’.
The visual follows the release of a set of brand new remixes for their two latest tracks ‘Rockets’ (feat Moe Moks) and ‘Hit The Ceiling’ which saw ‘Rockets’ (feat Moe Moks) given an urgent, Afrostep remix by mOma+Guy and a sultry and soulful update from Simen Sez, whilst ‘Hit The Ceiling’ was given an addictive dance-funk remix from Zikomo and received the remix treatment from legendary dance producer and DJ Kenny Dope.
‘Honey Dew’ was released last month and is taken from LION BABE’s forthcoming project which is out later this year…for now, check out the video…
Following the release of his video for the MF DOOM-produced single ‘Rooftops’, BISHOP NEHRU is back to share a new song, ‘Up Up and Away’ featuring Lion Babe. Produced by Kaytranada the latest track, which is the second taste from Bishop’s forthcoming album ‘Elevators’, made its debut as Zane Lowe’s World Record on Beats 1 on Apple Music.
In addition to the new single, Bishop is announcing two headlining shows that will follow the release of ‘Elevators’. On April 10th he will perform at the Echoplex in Los Angeles, and on April 19th he will play Mercury Lounge in New York.
‘Elevators’ will arrive as an independent release on March 16th. For the release, Bishop enlisted the multi-genre super producer – Kaytranda and the underground masked villain hip-hop legend – MF DOOM, as producers of the project. Over the past month, Bishop has hosted listening sessions in Toronto, London, New York and will end in Los Angeles this Wednesday, where select fans have had the opportunity to experience the album in its entirety before the media, and also reveal album clues throughout the campaign trail. For more details on the tour go to bishopnehru.com
Hear ‘Up Up And Away’ ft. Lion Babe, and stay tuned for more from Bishop Nehru.
Following the release of the music video for ‘Rockets'( featuring Moe Moks) plus remixes of the track from beat heavyweights Zikomo, Moma + Guy, Simen Sez and Kenny Dope, alt R&B/Soul duo LION BABE have dropped their most sultry single to date, ‘Honey Dew’ on Valentines day.
The Simen Sez-produced track adopts a rich slow jam vibe from the 90s, featuring Jillian Harvey’s alluring instrument which flirtatiously weaves throughout the three-minute smoothie.
Available on major digital download sites, ‘Honey Dew’ is taken from the New Yorker’s forthcoming album, set for release later this year.
Way too good to miss out…check out their latest work…
singer-songwriter/performance artist Jillian Hervey and producer/instrumentalist Lucas Goodman (Astro Raw) -aka LION BABE – have released a captivating and sensual visual for their track ‘Rockets’ ft Moe Moks.
Directed by Chalalai Fischbach and Jett Cain with Creative Direction from LION BABE, the five minute video showcases Jillian’s mesmerising dance moves and the dazzling creativity that has set the duo apart in their own league, since they first burst onto the scene with their debut track and visual for the modern classic ‘Treat Me Like Fire’. ‘Rockets’ is further brought to life with the show-stopping celebration of club and ballroom culture through various eras in time, in this must-see clip.
The visual follows the release of a set of brand new remixes for their two latest tracks ‘Rockets’ (feat Moe Moks) and ‘Hit The Ceiling’. Unveiling the remixes earlier this month, ‘Rockets’ (feat Moe Moks) has been given an urgent, Afrostep remix by mOma+Guy – which features at the end of the brand new visual – and a sultry and soulful update from collaborator and fellow New Yorker Simen Sez, whilst ‘Hit The Ceiling’ gets an addictive dance-funk remix from Zikomo and also receives the remix treatment from legendary dance producer and DJ Kenny Dope.
Check out the video: