storyline album

Storyline of BTS albums
  • No More Dream: I don't have anything I wanna be when I grow up, I'll just do what I want. I have nothing to work for but I want sucess. #Rebel
  • O! R U L8 2?: Screw school, I still don't have any dreams. Whatever. Why we gotta work for nothing?!
  • Skool Luv Affair: Omg, I like this girl!! I suddenly want to go to school now, please accept my love.
  • Dark & Wild: SHE PLAYING ME, WHY DID I EVEN GIVE HER MY TIME OMG
  • HYYH Pt. 1: Crying because I miss her, I need her.
  • HYYH Pt. 2: Screw her, I'm gonna forget about her and do illegal stuff while I'm trying to convince myself I don't need her.
  • HYYH Epilogue: oH SHIZ, doing illegal stuff was bad, my friends are leaving (*cough* dying *cough*), wow I need her back...she's the only one who can save me from myself
  • WINGS: Hahaha, I'm over it all. I'm an adult, I can do adult-ing stuff and be SINgle.
Hunter Hayes Plays: Tons of Songs, Lots of Groove

If there’s one thing that Hunter Hayes is not short of, it’s creativity. The 23-year-old virtuoso (he plays 30 instruments, at last count) claims that he wrote more than 100 songs during the making of his 2014 album, Storyline, and currently has about 250-300 songs in the vault just waiting to be set free. 

Luckily for Hayes – and his vast catalog – he’s not limiting himself to a traditional album release schedule anymore, having announced this year that he’s attempting a digital strategy that allows him to put out individual tunes as often as he would like. “What I’m learning is that’s its fun to put out songs a bit more frequently,” he explains. “It makes me more creatively happy because you don’t have to cram a bunch of writing in and then switch to studio mode and then switch to live mode.

"It’s now more of a fluid circle,” he continues, adding that the procedure allows him to solicit more conversation with fans about what kind of music they want to hear. “It’s been really fun lately just trying kind of a new creative process.”

Hayes showed off two of his latest creations live at the Ram Country studios, giving a taste of his rollicking, playful, and layered sound. We can’t help but hope he releases all 300 songs in the vault, because everything he does just sounds that good.