2019 release, the second full-length by Rebecca Jade and the Cold Fact, which sees the San Diego supergroup build on the distinct brand of West Coast soul it developed in it's 2016 debut. Anchored by vintage tones and tightly knit grooves, the album fills a modern rock meets R&B space previously staked out by Alabama Shakes and Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings. Jade herself shows up with Mavis Staples-like dynamism when called for, injecting power into soul shaking numbers. Rebecca Jade credits a convergence of influences for bringing so much creative energy to the new album. "The guys in the Cold Fact bring an extensive catalog of music with them." she says. "My musical upbringing had a lot of soul and R&B, more radio friendly stuff. We get together and listen to these deep cuts they love, that spark ideas for all these different directions we might go. I'm really grateful to work with them, because they open my world up big time."