Fri Jan 10, 2020

Described as “sickly sweet”, singer/songwriter Jadyn Lamb embodies moody electronic pop with a style similar to Lorde and Kate Bush. In 2018, Lamb released her debut single, “A Day Off,” emphasizing her love for the strange and different.

Born in Toronto, Canada, besides rattling train tracks and noisy city parks, Jadyn Lamb grew up spirited and loud. Fascinated by music and writing as a child, she quickly fell in love with big stages and crowds. Every summer was spent in a packed bar in Leaside, watching her Father play the guitar and sing songs with his band.

As a young teen, she moved with her family to a sleepy town outside of the city. In this town, there was a great distance between homes and no one walked around outside. In school, she weirded out her classmates and was told to be quiet. This would be the beginning of her musical career.

“Bad Sign” is a sweetly sung pop track by Jadyn Lamb written as she watched her young sister enter the world of toxic relationships. Created to show a present-day problem, the producer Material City used modern sounds and patterns to set a theme. The lyrics in ‘Bad Sign’ are inspired by real messages and arguments from fights the couple had. It is a story of manipulation, guilt, and finding the strength to escape abuse.

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“Bad Sign” is dedicated to my younger sister. We’re best friends and I’m really protective of her, so when I saw her in pain it crushed me. When I heard her crying, I felt helpless. I tried my best to guide her in the right direction, and steer her away from heartbreak. But in the end, it was always her decision to make. Turns out she didn’t need any help. She was brave on her own and put herself first, and I’m so proud of her. ‘Bad Sign’ was created in honour of my sister and anyone else going through the same thing. It’s okay to cut toxic people out of your life.”

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