Carah Faye is an American singer and songwriter from California. Faye first enjoyed Grammy-nominated success as the lead singer of the electro-rock band, Shiny Toy Guns. Between creating her own projects, she finds great success in expanding her discography as a songwriter for other artists. In 2015, Faye won a BMI award for co-writing the multi-platinum hit “Stay the Night,” performed by Zedd and Hayley Williams. Most recently, Faye wrapped up a 10-year album anniversary tour with Shiny Toy Guns. Today, she is focused on finishing her much anticipated upcoming solo EP.