Ciarra Fragale is an indie pop singer/songwriter, producer, and actor from NY's Hudson Valley. By blending the nostalgic traditions of songwriting with unique new-wave sensibilities, she creates a refreshing sound all her own. In addition to making her own music, Ciarra has also composed many works for theater and film.
In 2017, Ciarra released her first full-length "Seasons," written and recorded entirely in her home. It was during this recording process that she started to experiment with different sounds and textures, igniting her love for production. After two more years of touring and recording, Ciarra followed up "Seasons" with her second full-length "Call It What You Will" in 2019. Shedding the nu-folk sound for more of an Indie/alt pop direction, "Call It What You Will" was an ambitious project that artfully portrayed Ciarra's growth as an artist. Produced by Fragale, the album was recorded at Nashphone Recording, a studio owned an operated by engineer Jesse Bolduc (of the band Candy Ambulance).
In 2019 after a heavy year of touring both full band and solo, Ciarra relocated to her current home in Western Massachusetts. Since living here she has written and produced many projects--including her 3rd LP, a record that "perfectly encapsulates" the last 18 months of Ciarra's life. Mastered by Curtis Roush of The Bright Light Social Hour, the electrifying self-titled album is set to release in Summer 2021.
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