Born in Ventura, California Jordan Frye grew up surfing, skateboarding, and listening to indie-rock. The son of a drummer from the 70’s, Frye was immersed music at a young age, and began writing his own songs when he was 10 years old.

For the past ten years Frye has worked behind the scenes in pop, television, and film - writing and producing song placements for So You Think You Can Dance, American Idol, and Fox’s hit series Empire. He also has multiple songwriting and producer credits with artists such as singer-songwriter Tyrone Wells, alt duo Wildcat! Wildcat!, CCM artist Kim Walker-Smith, country artist Zach Williams, and ever soulful Mama Haze.

Making his 2018 debut, this indie-pop songwriter is stepping out as an artist. Frye is known to write a song a day, and each single released this year so far is tinged with transparency and vulnerability. From the free-spirited anthem of “Skyrockets”, to the acoustic synth-pop of ”Sticks & Stones” Frye is painting the world with brand new colors and finally letting listeners in the door of his more internal life.

Frye’s band Urban Rescue released their first EP in 2009 and continues to travel all over the world. Urban Rescue first signed with Capitol CMG upon their full length album "Wild Heart" reaching #1 on the Christian and Gospel iTunes charts in the US and the UK in 2016, with significant radio airplay with singles "Never Stop" and "Song of My Father."

"I'm just excited to turn a new page and see what mischief I can make this year. There’s just so much out there that I want to discover as an artist, and I feel like it’s finally time to start exploring"