"Pineapple Head" is a 1993 song by Australian-New Zealand rock band Crowded House from their fourth studio album Together Alone. It was released as a single in October 1994.
The song was later included on the group's greatest hits compilation Recurring Dream. It was also performed by the band in their farewell concert Farewell to the World in 1996. The song was left off the initial VHS release and television broadcast, but was, however restored for the ten-year anniversary DVD release. In 2005 Natalie Imbruglia recorded a version of "Pineapple Head" to contribute to She Will Have Her Way, a tribute to Neil Finn and Tim Finn by various female musicians and bands. The single's cover art was created by Reg Mombassa, the artist responsible for creating the clothing brand Mambo Graphics and who formerly was also a member of popular Australian band Mental as Anything. The cover features a man with three eyes and a pineapple for a head, indicative of the song title.
The original inspiration for the song was Neil's son, Liam Finn, who uttered several phrases which later became lyrics while affected by fever. The song shares musical similarities with "Norwegian Wood" by the Beatles.