Hunter Hayes Debuts New Song 'Storyline'


Hunter Hayes Debuts New Song 'Storyline'


'Storyline' serves as the title track of the country star's upcoming album that's scheduled to be released on May 6.

Hunter Hayes has debuted the title track of "Storyline", his upcoming album which is scheduled to be released on May 6. Arriving via the country crooner's YouTube page on Sunday, April 6, the track will be available for purchase on iTunes on Monday.

Co-written by Hayes, Troy Verges and Eric Paslay, the country/rock tune features the star singing about an untypical and unpredictable relationship he wants to have with his girlfriend. He tells his girl that they can do whatever they want and shouldn't care about what other people will think of them.

"You and I can fall as hard as we want/ Make the story all our own and blow Shakespeare's mind/ It's ours to write/ It's our love and it's our life/ And right or wrong we'll write our own storyline," he sings the chorus.

"Storyline" came shortly after Hayes took the stage at the Academy of Country Music Awards to perform another song titled "Invisible". His performance that night was on behalf of a charity for hunger called Feeding America.



© AceShowbiz.com


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