Rising pop artist Hunter Moreau has released her stunning new single, “Be Alright” today. The indie tinged pop gem follows the release of her recent singles “Sleepyhead” & “Hazy” and continues to pave the way for Hunter’s future. Listen to it now below.
Of the song, Hunter said, “‘Be Alright’ was written above all else, as a reminder. Like a reminder that pops up on your phone, letting you know you still have things left on your to-do list. Except this reminder is to let you know that no matter how overwhelming and exhausting the whirlpool of life may seem, it’s going to be alright. The day I wrote ‘Be Alright’ with Parkwild and King Mala, we were doing the casual first conversation thing and they asked me how I was doing. I responded along the lines of, ‘Honestly, like really good.’ I felt at that moment in time that I was at peace. That even if I didn’t have all the answers to everything, even if I was making 100 mistakes, that it was all going to work out. I remember taking the Uber ride to the studio that day and staring out the window at the hilly landscape of Los Angeles, which felt so mesmerizing to me. I thought to myself that I truly felt totally and completely okay, and that whenever I didn’t feel like that, I should remind myself of the feeling I had at that moment. Like that reminder that pops up on your phone.”
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, Hunter is fiercely committed to being unapologetically herself. With authenticity and raw emotion, she uses her music to make sense of life’s unavoidable complexities.
“It’s always been my dream to reach as many people in as many places as possible with my music,” shares Moreau. “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.”