SERA is a bilingual singer/songwriter from the North Wales town of Caernarfon.

SERA released her ‘Collide’ EP in November 2014 along with a Christmas song, reaching the finals of Can i Gymru (Song for Wales) in March 2015, releasing a Welsh EP ‘Straeon’ in August 2015, as well as starting a voluntary collective called ‘CEG’ to help promote musicians in North-West Wales. SERA is a pro-active, independent artist.

SERA was also selected to perform at at a recent PRS Sound Makeover, as well as at Caernarfon Castle as part of Gwyl Arall. She has been featured in the PRS M-Magazine only recently, and also writes a weekly live music column in the Daily Post, with a readership of 20,000. She also has a Masters Degree in Screenwriting.

SERA’s back catalogue includes her album ‘Dream Catcher’, produced by Rich Roberts, with several tracks receiving airplay all over the UK, including BBC London and Absolute Radio, and both ‘Fireworks’ and ‘Melody’ being playlisted on BBC Radio Wales, as well as being Artist of the Week. ‘Melody’ has also been used in numerous ad campaigns and in the BAFTA Cymru winning independent film ‘Dancing in Circles.’ SERA has also recorded in Canada, giggied in America, and released two Welsh language albums, ‘Ar Goll’ (Folkal) and ‘Tir Na Nog’ (Sain).

SERA opened for a sold out Mumford & Sons gig in Venue Cymru in 2012 and was also successful in ‘The Next Big Thing’ in North Wales and as a result performed at the two-day festival “Access All Eirias” where she shared the bill with Pixie Lott and Ollie Murs. She has played at many festivals including Sidmouth Fringe, How the Light Gets In, Focus Wales, Wakestock and Festival Number 6.