Hunter Moreau Shares New Single ‘Sleepyhead’

Massachusetts-based singer and songwriter Hunter Moreau has just shared her brand new single Sleepyhead, a super groovy piece of pop music with a feel-good atmosphere. 
The follow up to her infectious electro-pop cut Hazy, Sleepyhead is a blissful piece of pop music that will get you in a weekend mood in no time. I adore Hunter Moreau's smooth, sultry vocals which are packed with so much confidence and sensuality, gliding beautifully over the upbeat melodies. Sleepyhead is a song about overthinking and getting wrapped up in one's emotions and thoughts. This is a very relatable song and I love how it is wrapped around an upbeat pop production packed with a gorgeous drum beat nicely intertwined with groovy guitar riffs and airy electronics that create an overall warm, feel-good atmosphere. Check it out below!



Speaking about the song, Hunter Moreau said,
The story of Sleepyhead started out in my bedroom, ironically. I was in my bed doing a lot of thinking, and probably a lot of overthinking. I fell into this repeated game I play with my mind, getting wrapped up in my own thoughts and worries and emotions. As l laid there, I started to think about how everyone goes through these sorts of “fights' ' or “games' ' with their own minds, often repeating the same toxic ways of thinking over and over again because we’re so accustomed to it. I began to write down some of these ideas I was having, and that’s when I came up with the line, “I built myself a house of tricks, with a clock on the wall that always ticks.” The rest of the song more or less grew out of this line. I was trying to capture the idea that your mind can seem like this crazy, scary thing that you can’t control, but it really is something you built yourself, based on your own ways of thinking. I had just written the chorus and couldn’t quite figure out where to go with the rest of the song just yet. I showed Pom Pom and Zoe Moss what I had so far, and we all talked about the struggle of mental health and the maze that is your own mind. From there, the rest of the song just flowed out of us, it seemed like a concept that was so universal but also meaningful, and we couldn't wait to share it.