All of which couldn’t be more appropriate for a band steeped in Atlanta’s culture, a melting pot that beckons as a new American cultural hub. Given Atlanta's burgeoning time in the limelight, now is the perfect moment for Lesibu Grand, a band whose urgency, broad range of influences, and pop sensibility has never felt more timely.
Their latest single, “Jennifer, My Girl,” mixed by Dan Dixon and inspired by Molton’s own relationship with her sister, demonstrates the band's love of genre-defying music. Lyrically, the song's expression of empathy in troubling times strikes deeper than expected. "Of course, we must open our eyes to reality," says Renaud, "but we also need to be comforted and nurtured." With "Jennifer, My Girl," a new and much needed compassionate voice is heard.