The Fragments perform an eclectic range of indie pop, including diversions into jazz and folk music, with lyrical tangles that will keep you scratching your head while you tap your feet.
Their debut CD, which has been played by college radio stations across Canada, was praised by the Calgary Herald as being “an unabashedly odd and joyously weird, slightly askew pop record.”
The Fragments have headlined at a number of bars across Calgary, including The Ironwood, Broken City, Wine-Oh’s, The Ship & Anchor Pub, and The Hub at Mount Royal University.
The fall of 2014 saw the release of their follow-up CD, which was reviewed by BeatRoute magazine: “most of the tracks on Stone Boat will creep their way into your daily humming routine at some point or another. These melodies beg to be hummed.”
On January 15, 2016, The Fragments released their third album, Night Gardening, which delivered more delicious pop weirdness.