Jadyn Lamb comes on like a lion in her latest single and video Liar — showcasing today on Tinnitist.
And there’s good reason why the Toronto alt-pop singer-songwriter sounds so confident on her eighth and most accomplished single: She’s become fearless in love.
“I’ve played enough emotional games in relationships,” the Toronto-based vocalist shares. “If I feel like I’m being lied to, no matter who you are, I’ll call you out. And this time, Liar speaks for me.”
The track lands as an effortless fusion of chill pop and contemporary R&B, with a suave beat hitting hot-and-heavy while fragments of Lamb’s calm, calculated vocals swirl into a slick melody. In fact, she’s never sounded stronger, despite admitting she had no control at the time the song was being written.
“It’s frustrating, not knowing what the other person is thinking,” she recalls. “That lack of communication really annoys me. Sometimes, I wish I could read people’s minds … ”
She might not be able to, but listeners certainly gain intimate glimpses into that of hers across her growing roster of work; 2020 alone has already delivered Bad Sign and Friends, the first a plea to her younger sister navigating an abusive relationship, and the latter an electrifying pop track layered with lush melodies as she tackles stunted relationship dynamics and feeling discontent.