Kacey Musgraves - star-crossed

This new article for the Rolling Stone seems like a good time to start talking about the follow-up to the album of our generation.

On the way to producer Daniel Tashian’s house to work on her new album, which is set to be released this year, she explains how two days ago she was in the process of sitting with her sadness, listening to Bach’s “Komm, süßer Tod, komm selge Ruh,” when suddenly the word “tragedy” sprung to mind. This got her thinking about Greek tragedies and the classic three-act narrative, which got her thinking about her divorce and also about the state of America and also about the state of the world at large, locked down and fearful. “This last chapter of my life and this whole last year and chapter for our country — at its most simple form, it’s a tragedy,” she figured.
For some reason it doesn't feel like Golden Hour came out all that long ago, it low-key blows my mind that it came out early 2018 because it feels much more recent than that to me. That being said, I'm definitely not complaining about new music, and I can't wait for this.

I agree... To me, Golden Hour has a very timeless feel, which I think plays a huge part on what you just said...
The Rolling Stone photoshoot my god


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Golden Hour is one of my top albums ever, an absolute classic masterpiece. I hope she comes back to Ireland because I shamefully hadn’t discovered her last time she was here.

GH x Neon Moon + Easy sounds like heaven.