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Hunter Hayes Drops Touching 'Invisible' Music Video

March 13, 2014 (7:11 am) GMT
The clip for the single off the country crooner's anticipated album gives a look at several people facing their respective problems.

has unveiled the official music video for "Invisible", an inspirational single off his upcoming album "". The nearly-five-minute touching clip features several people dealing with their own problems.

It gives glimpses at a girl getting bullied at school, a hungry boy unable to find anything to eat at his home, a man arguing with his girlfriend and a mother getting ignored by her son. Meanwhile, the country crooner walks around the street and sings the ballad while playing his guitar.

"Invisible" was first debuted when Hayes performed at the Grammys in early February. In a January interview, the country crooner said the song was very personal for him. He said he often felt invisible to other people around him when he was a child because he really focused on music.

For every download of "Invisible" on iTunes, Child Hunger Ends Here is donating the monetary equivalent of one meal to Feeding America, the nation's largest domestic hunger-relief organization, for up to one million meals.

"Storyline" marks Hayes' second studio album, following up his self-titled debut set which arrived in 2011. The forthcoming record is expected to hit the stores on May 6 via Atlantic Records.

Hunter Hayes' "Invisible" music video

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