“Instead of a crazy teaser video, I wanted to say a huge thank you,” the 25-year-old singer shared.
Hunter added, “We are just getting started. We put this music out on my birthday, right, and…this process has literally just began. But already, the support that you guys are showing and the love you guys are showing for this music is phenomenal.”
Check out what else he shares in the vid below and listen to “Yesterday’s Song” inside the cut!
If you missed them, listen to “Amen” and “Young Blood” HERE.
Hunter Hayes takes the stage during the Musicians On Call Half A Million Moments event at Hard Rock Cafe on Tuesday night (August 9) in Nashville, Tenn.
The 24-year-old country artist joined others at the event, which honored Lady Antebellum.
In a recent interview, Hunter opened up about his much anticipated second album.
“I can, but no details that you want (laughs)! I’m giddy about this new record, laughably excited. I feel like a kid again. I’m finally seeing the light after dark times in a proper, creative sense,” he shared.
Hunter added, “You’re suppose to have challenges and hurdles creatively, and I’ve had quite a few, but I wouldn’t change it because of the results. It’s been an awesome process writing. We have 100 songs and are narrowing it down! I feel like I still have something to say, we’re still writing, but mostly recording. We’ve been playing some new stuff live.”
Hunter Hayes fires up the stage with red lights during GO90 Live: San Francisco held at The Regency Ballroom on Thursday night (February 4) in San Francisco, Calif.
The 24-year-old country star celebrated Super Bowl 50 just a few days early with his fans at the concert event. Fans who missed the show can watch the full concert on the free go90 app, available via App Store or Google Play.
“Yes, the background is real & so is the awesomeness that was our visit to San Francisco! Thank you for a fun show,” Hunter shared on Twitter the day after the show.
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