Leo Sigh

Talking about the artists we love

Listen to Freya Ridings’ ‘Signals’ live from Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments

Lately, it seems every time I check the soundtracks of my favorite TV shows the husky voiced English singer songwriter Freya Ridings’ music shows up on at least one of them.

Take Freya Ridings’ ‘Signals‘ Live at St. Pancras Old Church, which was played on the latest episode of Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments — Season 3, Episode 19, “Aku Cinta Kamu” (22nd April, 2019).

That song was heard as Magnus is walking down the street, and as he remembers his memories of Alec.

Freya Ridings’ ‘Signals’ Live at St. Pancras Old Church is another one of Ridings’ gorgeous ballads that are perfect vehicles for that, throaty yet ethereal voice.

In this case, it is Ridings’ asking a lover if she should continue to wait around to see if he falls in love with her, or should she give up and walk away?

Can he give her a signal as to what she should choose?

Freya Ridings Live at St. Pancras Old Church

Ridings’ ‘Signals‘ is from her album Freya Ridings Live at St. Pancras Old Church.

The 10-track album was released in 2017, and includes not only ‘Signals‘ but also such lovely stand-out tracks as ‘Poison, ‘You Mean The World To Me‘ and ‘Lost Without You‘. It was her debut live album.

The 25-year-old British singer has yet to release a debut studio album, but that self-titled release will finally be available next month on the Good Soldier record label.

Until then, listen to Freya Ridings’ ‘Signals‘ in the video below. The entire album is just as stunningly beautiful as this, and you can hear that in the Spotify widget below that too.

You can also keep up-to-date on all of Ridings’ new music, her upcoming studio album, and any concert tours on the singer’s website.

Related Reading: Listen to Freya Ridings’ utterly gorgeous song ‘Maps‘ from The Resident, and watch its stunningly sad music video

Michelle Topham

Founder/CEO at Leo Sigh
I am a music journalist, a former radio DJ, a left-wing human rights advocate and the founder of Leo Sigh. I am also an avid video game player.
Michelle Topham