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Owl Hunter : Home (Leave the light on)
By Owl Hunter
Friday - November 20, 2020 7:56 pm     Views:203     A+ | a-
New single.
New single.
Hailing from Australia OWL Hunter , states that his music comes from understanding the feelings of people around.This interview features the artist expression of kind of music he feels and music he makes.

His new release "Leave the light on ..." is out now and on this occassion Studio CarryOnHarry features him
Tell us about yourself ? Where you come from , your background ?
Owl: I'm an Australian from a surf town south of Melbourne. I spend my time in nature or playing music.
Tell us about your new release ?
Owl: Home is the first of a few singles which are collaborations between Yahesa and I. Its a song with nostalgic vibes, soulful singing and strong beats.
What's new in the recording of your music ?
Owl: The recording is all done in home studios and bedrooms, it also involves international collaboration.
How long have you been in the music industry and has music always been a part of your life?
Owl: I have been involved in the music industry since I was a kid, I played in lots of bands but had a big rest from it. Being stuck in lockdown was a way for me to get inspired to create something to a finished product.
What inspires you (or your music)?
Owl: For me lyrics I'm inspired by stories of real people and the music is from feelings I try and capture. For 'Home' I remember trying to make music that would suit looking at sunsets.
Do you believe passion is an essential part of success ? What are you passionate about ?
Owl: Personally I'm an ecologist and passionate about nature, I also travel a lot and have been interested in different cultures relationship to nature and music. I totally think with music its about having fun and making something you are happy with, if its successful with others then that's a bonus rather than the purpose.
Themeatically what is the journey of newly released music. Share your analysis about the final product ?
Owl: This song for me was totally inspired by the stories of people who love where they are from but need to leave for various reasons. Then redefining the thought and aspirations of home. However I realise now that everyone attaches their own meaning to songs. When I heard Yahesa sing I knew she was perfect for it, her voice and structure meant she changed it and made it so much better.
Your Experiences of collaboration with other artists/performers
Owl: For me its been amazing to collaborate with Yahesa on this song and a few others. She has real talent in singing and songwriting and certainly someone to watch. To think during lockdown we have been able to work together with her in Pakistan and myself in Australia its been great.
What is your work Process around your art ? A typical way you prefer working ?
Owl: Like an owl, I only productive at night, I play music and get the melody and then layer from there. I make so many songs I don't finish or come back too. If it doesn't excite me then I move onto the next. I like collaborating because when you get stuck you they other person can add something that reinvigorates you.
What are your rehearsals generally like? Do you have a set time each week in which you practice or are rehearsals more spontaneous?
Owl: I don't rehearse. I just play when I get ideas.
Where have you performed? What are your favorite and least favorite venues? Do you have any upcoming shows?
Owl: In this project I haven't done anything live, but in others I have played some large venues but that was a long time ago.
What's your outlook on the record industry today?
Owl: That is shouldn't it shape a creative direction. Not everything has to be a hit, it just needs to be something you are happy with. Write stuff you want to listen too and the rest will work itself out.
Where can readers and guests of CarryOnHarry Talk Show contact you ?
Owl: Yes go to and use the contact page.
Any message for readers of this Interview ?
Owl: Care for nature and its ok to be different.