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Correalle was born in Clarks Summit, Pennsylvania, a small town outside of Scranton. From a young age, she felt the desire to grow out of the small-town lifestyle and small-town mentality, knowing that she was different from the others. At age six, Correalle started to really listen to music and realize that it made her feel different. Even at this point in her life, Correalle suffered from anxiety and depression, and music was one of the only things that made her feel calm and happy. By the time she was seven, she was beginning to perform, and it brought her even more joy and when she was on a stage was when she was the happiest she had ever been. This is when she knew she wanted to be in music, and she thankfully had an overwhelmingly supportive family who gave her the tools she needed.
In her early teens, the depression that Correalle had suffered from for years got worse. Due to her craving for individuality, Correalle was bullied in school for not adhering to the social norms of her small town. Combined with the bullying from her peers, her mental illness became a serious issue. During this time, she reconsidered all of her goals that she had for herself. She no longer felt comfortable putting herself out there and lost the confidence that she had in herself. She reconsidered her path as a musician and felt like she was not good enough for what she wanted. These feelings persisted, eventually aided by her supportive family and professional help. In high school, after finally getting the help she needed, she started to feel normal again and built herself back up, and felt comfortable pursuing her passion again.
Eventually, Correalle made her way to Albright College as a Music Industry Studies major, and felt even more confident in her music and songwriting. However, with the sudden change, a lot of the progress she had made regressed, some of her mental health issues resurfaced, and Correalle left school, knowing the danger of letting these issues go unchecked. She took the opportunity to work on herself, working towards being better and discovering new things about herself. Now a year later, Correalle has returned to Albright and intends to make music that brings people happiness and an escape the same way that music helped her through some of the darkest times in her life. Much like her musical inspirations such as Halsey and Yungblud, Correalle does not want to shy away from the dark parts of life, but rather embrace them and turn them into art through her music.