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Casey Musgreves He has previewed two new songs that will appear in the long-awaited song “Golden Hour.”

The country star began revealing the details of his new record earlier this year, but has yet to release any material from the album.

During a performance on Dr. Maya Shankar’s podcast Slight change of plans, Musgraves sang excerpts from two songs. First, the “Camera Roll” in which photos of her ex-husband Ruston Kelly were viewed on the phone.

Don’t go through the camera roll / You won’t know you forgot“he sang.”How to travel, how to get through / Through all its good parts / I shouldn’t have done it / Chronological order, nothing but torture / Move too far, here you get it / I don’t want to see I can’t turn them off. “

The second track is called “I Was an Angel” and has the following lyrics:If I were an angel, I would never change / I would never change / But something needs to change. “Listen to Musgraves preview the songs above.

For now, we know that the sequel to the 2018 Golden Hour sees her divorce from Kelly as a three-act Greek tragedy. Recently, Musgraves revealed this The recording was influenced by Daft Punk, Ghost, Vizer, Eagles and Bill Whiterz..

Although the release date of the album has not yet been determined, it is a new cover story Crack it will go on sale by the end of 2021. The feature also states that the inscription contains jazz nay and kato – Japanese stringed instruments, which, according to Musgraves, have “more legs than a gold watch.”

Meanwhile, in May the star spoke of grief and loneliness in her personal life after professional success. “In many ways, I felt like I was at the top of the world in my career, but in my personal life, I felt like I was dying inside,” he said. “I collapsed. I was upset. I felt lonely. I felt broken.”



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