Hunter Hayes has released a music video for his new single, “Invisible.” The clip, directed by Ray Kay, features several situations where someone may feel like an outcast and uses an effect that literally makes people invisible in a crowded room to portray their feelings of loneliness. The song’s purpose is to let others, no matter who or where they are, know they are not alone.
“I was a total geek, I was a total nerd and I just didn’t have a place,” Hunter said. “I still am both of those things and I’m proud of that, but it took me a while to realize it’s okay to be proud of that.”
The video includes footage of a child opening a refrigerator in search of something to eat, only to find it empty. The scene was included to draw awareness to child hunger, as every download of “Invisible” on iTunes will donate the equivalent of one meal to Feeding America, up to 1 million meals. Hunter will launch his We’re Not Invisible Tour on March 20.
Watch Hunter Hayes’ “Invisible” video below: