Hayes finds "One Good Reason"
Monday, June 17, 2019
– Hunter Hayes released a new song "One Good Reason."
The ballad, written and produced by Hayes and Sam Ellis, tells the story of the reasons behind a breakup and serves as the fourth song off of his upcoming album expected later this year.
'One Good Reason' represents a totally different side of this album, and was another very personal song to write," said Hayes. "It's also one good reason for me to celebrate releasing another song from this upcoming album that I can't wait for the world to hear."
Hayes treated his fans at his sold-out CMA Fest fan club party to a performance of the new track, which was officially released at midnight last Friday.
Hayes, 27, also recently released his first single in three years, "Heartbreak."
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