21 Jan Hunter Moreau Lands Spotify’s Fresh Finds Cover
Vivacious pop songstress, Hunter Moreau, continues to captivate listeners by expressing the most vulnerable parts of herself in her music.
Moreau’s newest single, “Sleepyhead” is no exception and has landed her on the cover of Spotify’s “Fresh Finds.”
A catchy, yet introspective commentary on what it’s like to struggle with mental health, “Sleepyhead” officially dropped on January 7.
Born and raised in Mattapoisett, Massachusetts – a seaside town near Cape Cod – Moreau began taking voice lessons at eight years old. Though Mattapoisett is both small and distinctly quaint, Moreau won’t hesitate to tell you that her hometown has fueled her love for music in a myriad of ways. At 12, Moreau auditioned for Showstoppers, a community service singing troupe based in Mattapoisett.
Now, Moreau uses what she learned with Showstoppers to craft her own music – an addictive blend of Indie, Pop, and Soul.
Her debut single “Drive In” and its accompanying video officially dropped in November of 2019. Moreau wrote the song at 16 years old after an intense 11-hour surgery that removed a precancerous cyst from her bile duct. The song quickly amassed well over 100k streams on Spotify and caught the attention of veteran music managers Ron Shapiro and Joe Hegleman (Regina Spektor, Melanie Martinez, UPSAHL).
Influenced by artists like Stevie Nicks, Harry Styles, and Frank Ocean, Moreau has never strayed from being unapologetically herself. With authenticity and raw emotion, she uses her music to untangle many of life’s unavoidable complexities.
“Sleepyhead” follows the release of Moreau’s 2021 buzz single “Hazy,” which was featured on Spotify’s Fresh Finds and reached the top three on Hype Machine’s Popular Charts.
“It’s always been my dream to reach as many people in as many places as possible with my music,” shares Hunter. “I’m putting all of my time and energy into turning that dream into a reality. I look forward to leaving my tiny little town for a while so I can share what I’m creating with the world.”
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