The new group’s debut track Show Me Your Pride has lyrics about coming out, facing homophobia and hatred, and LGBT life.
A new K-pop group say they’re making history: four-member Lionesses claim to be the first openly LGBT K-pop boy band.
On November 1 the quartet shared their first song, Show Me Your Pride, an inspirational track that explores the struggles of LGBT life, coming out, facing hatred and homophobia, and more.
A music video for Show Me Your Pride depicts the members of Lionesses masked until the end, when one removes their mask to reveal his identity.
“Let me see your pride. Because you’re the one who shines like stars,” they declare in the description of the music video.