Pregnant Women is Morgan Fox. Born and raised in the beautiful foothills of the Sierra Nevadas, Morgan spent much of his teenage years playing drums in bad rock bands. Once he moved to Sacramento for college, he stopped playing drums in bad rock bands and instead learned how to sing and use a synthesizer. In 2010, he joined Kenneth Draper and Andrew Garcia to form the noisy rock and roll band So Stressed.
In 2012, Morgan began a bedroom recording project experimenting with electronic pop under the name Pregnant Women. Drawing inspiration from Aphex Twin, Air, Passion Pit, and a new relationship, he recorded the six song EP, Sunbathe — a hazy, reverb-drenched dreamworld of love and longing. The album was released very quietly for free on Bandcamp.
Sunbathe was quickly followed by another EP, titled B, that traded some of the haze and blur of Sunbathe for a cleaner, more focused sound. Over the next few years, Morgan put together a few collections of remixes as well as an EP of melodic house music under the Pregnant Women name.
Between touring and recording with So Stressed, Morgan has been slowly and carefully writing the first proper Pregnant Women full length, which is currently being recorded with Patrick Hills at Earth Tone studio and is scheduled to be released on Friendship Fever.
Also, Morgan is cool and awesome.