Hunter Moreau is back with your daily reminder that you‘ll “Be Alright,” with her latest single, out August 12, 2022. Following the release of her other two singles, “Sleepyhead,” & “Hazy,” and “Be Alright,” is written from a place of peace. Written with KiNG MALA and PARKWILD, “Be Alright,” is an anthem to keep going and push through the “whirlpool of life.”
Vulnerability is key to growth, at least that’s what artist Hunter Moreau believes. Born and raised in a seaside town just outside of Cape Cod Massachusetts, (Mattapoisett), Moreau believes that more teenage boys should listen to her music because they could greatly benefit from it and its vulnerability.
I think that “Be Alright,” is a great reminder for people to keep going, persevere, and enjoy life. Moreau’s voice sound’s beautiful on this track and the lyrics are set to inspire several audiences outside of her seaside town.
Hunter Moreau wishes more teenage boys and young men would listen to her music. As a matter of fact, she thinks they could benefit greatly from it.
“I believe everyone should be more in touch with the vulnerable parts of themselves,” says Hunter. “Stepping outside of your comfort zone is the only way you can truly grow, and I think my music would help them get there.”
Because that’s what Hunter Moreau does.
Through her music, the soul-stirring songstress steps outside of her comfort zone and expresses the most vulnerable part of herself, captivating listeners along the way.
Born and raised in Mattapoisett, Massachusetts (population 6,000) – a seaside town near Cape Cod - Hunter began taking voice lessons at eight years old. Though Mattapoisett is both small and distinctly quaint, Hunter will tell you that her hometown has fueled her love for music in a myriad of ways.
At 12, Hunter auditioned for Showstoppers, a community service singing troupe based in Mattapoisett.
“Much to my excitement, I made it in,” shares Hunter. “And for the next six years of my life, I spent hours upon hours practicing with the group and performing at charities, festivals, nursing homes, and assisted living centers across the state. The group taught me about the real value of music, as well as its incredible healing power. I experienced firsthand the love you can receive and give from performing, and how music uplifts people. The group taught me everything and for that I am truly grateful.”
Review Done By Casper Barbour