Album artwork for Soft Spot by Chelsea Jade
Album artwork for Soft Spot by Chelsea Jade

Chelsea Jade's second album Soft Spot finds the Los Angeles-based New Zealand artist dwelling somewhere between feeling and expression, certainty and doubt. It ventures beyond the exploration of delusions of grandeur that formed the focus of the critically acclaimed Personal Best (2018), and simultaneously promotes and undermines romance, specifically, in a more solemn way. The record transports the listener from speaker-side at a club, to wandering a party, to sitting at an open window with a pianist nearby. It shifts effortlessly from expansive sold-out-show sound to ethereal, twinkling detail. The writing on Soft Spot outwits even its clever, resourceful production, the lyrics a testament to the multi award-winning songwriter's belief in the pop format as a venue for prose.

Chelsea Jade

Soft Spot

Carpark Records
Album artwork for Soft Spot by Chelsea Jade
LP +

$32.99

Mustard Yellow Vinyl

Limited to 300 copies
Includes download code
Released 04/29/2022Catalog Number

LP-CAK-154RT

Album artwork for Soft Spot by Chelsea Jade
LP

$24.99

Black
Includes download code
Released 04/29/2022Catalog Number

LP-CAK-154

Album artwork for Soft Spot by Chelsea Jade
CD

$14.99

Released 04/29/2022Catalog Number

CD-CAK-154

Chelsea Jade

Soft Spot

Carpark Records
Album artwork for Soft Spot by Chelsea Jade
LP +

$32.99

Mustard Yellow Vinyl

Limited to 300 copies
Includes download code
Released 04/29/2022Catalog Number

LP-CAK-154RT

Album artwork for Soft Spot by Chelsea Jade
LP

$24.99

Black
Includes download code
Released 04/29/2022Catalog Number

LP-CAK-154

Album artwork for Soft Spot by Chelsea Jade
CD

$14.99

Released 04/29/2022Catalog Number

CD-CAK-154

Chelsea Jade's second album Soft Spot finds the Los Angeles-based New Zealand artist dwelling somewhere between feeling and expression, certainty and doubt. It ventures beyond the exploration of delusions of grandeur that formed the focus of the critically acclaimed Personal Best (2018), and simultaneously promotes and undermines romance, specifically, in a more solemn way. The record transports the listener from speaker-side at a club, to wandering a party, to sitting at an open window with a pianist nearby. It shifts effortlessly from expansive sold-out-show sound to ethereal, twinkling detail. The writing on Soft Spot outwits even its clever, resourceful production, the lyrics a testament to the multi award-winning songwriter's belief in the pop format as a venue for prose.