Kacey Musgraves is opening up about new music.
The “Justified” singer sat down for interview with Zane Lowe on Apple Music 1.
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Here’s what she had to say…
On being newly single: “We live in this hookup culture, I’m for it. I’m for whatever it makes you feel happy, as long as it’s safe, doesn’t hurt other people, fine. But I’ve just never experienced that, the dating app culture and all that. I mean, I’m not going to. But, what I’m saying is, it was just shocking. It was a little shocking. It was surprising. And it made me just think that we all have flaws…”
On rediscovering Golden Hour: “As I’ve gone on and found some more stable ground and personal happiness I’m like, you know what, no, the magic of Golden Hour does not have to die with that relationship, it can live on and I will relate to it again. You can re-relate to your own songs later again in new ways, it’s kind of crazy how that works.”
On her song “camera roll”: “So I found myself just way back in the camera roll, just one night alone in my bedroom and I’m like, don’t do it, don’t do it. Just come back, oh God, now I’m back in 2018, now I’m in 2017 now, and you’re looking, and what’s crazy is that we never take pictures of the bad times, there’s no documentation of the fight that you had where, I don’t know, you just pushed it a little too far. But it’s a mindf–k because you go back and you’re like, oh my God, wow, it just paints this depiction of the past that really wasn’t there. Lurking behind these sunset photos is the fight that you had before dinner where we were like, ‘This is over.’ Whatever. And so it’s just a trip, and so I just think it’s dangerous. But it’s like, do you delete the photos? They’re your memories. No…and out came the first line, ‘Don’t go, for your camera roll, so much you don’t know that you’ve forgotten,’ and then I was like a snot-nosed kid on the playground that just got pushed off the monkey bars, I literally could not catch my breath, I was sobbing uncontrollably.”