TRACK REVIEW: Rebecca Jade “Weather the Storm”

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Photo by Jessy Parr
Photo by Jessy Parr

As I write this, it’s dark out. Rain falls. My apartment fills with the sounds of rain and R&B star Rebecca Jade‘s latest single “Weather The Storm.” Jade’s award-winning voice comes through the speakers. Beautiful to the point of (literally) moving the listener to tears, vocals are joined with the sounds of a full band, also known as the Cold Fact, performing as Rebecca Jade and the Cold Fact. In the music video, the song is put to the images of WWII-era nostalgia as Jade sings her heart out, a stunning woman with old Hollywood looks. An emotive and simply lovely song, it’s enough to warm a room during a winter storm itself, and able to remind you of the beauty in all experiences, even storms caused by heartache. One can only imagine that the experience of the song is even more abundant and all-powering when heard live – an experience you get a glimpse at while watching the music video.

“Weather The Storm” is the first single from her upcoming record A Shade Of Jade, which is due out in 2016. Listen to “Weather the Storm” below.

For more, check out her website, Soundcloud page, and Bandcamp.

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