Hunter Hayes is known for his powerful music, but now he's also working as a spokesperson for Mental Health Awareness Month.
The must-talented singer partnered with the leading brain non-profit organization, One Mind, to foster a sense of community for those who have experienced mental health challenges.
"It started really easy. It's astounding how much work they've done around this topic. I love their missions. There's just so many resources working with them," Hayes said.
Hayes is also channeling his vulnerable side like never before in his new music. The singer recently dropped his latest single, "If You Change Your Mind," ahead of his new album's release this fall.
"This music I'm really proud of, because it's gone through all of those personal changes with me. This project was a project that would require a lot of personal growth, and learning about myself, and getting past some hurdles I had set up for myself. The music speaks for itself now."
Red Sky comes out this fall and you can stream "If You Change Your Mind" today.
For mental health resources, visit OneMind.org. If you or anyone you know needs help, you can reach the suicide lifeline 24/7 at 1-800-273-8255.