Kacey Musgraves new video for her single 'Butterflies' captures the magic of love

Kacey Musgraves new video for her single 'Butterflies' captures the magic of love
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Following the release of her “Space Cowboy” video earlier this week, Kacey Musgraves is back again with yet another music video.  Shot in Mexico City by “Space Cowboy” director, Courtney Phillips shows his skills in 'Butterfly' and visually captures the magic and thrill of falling in love.

"Butterflies' received a number of rave reviews. NPR proclaimed the song to “stepping easily beyond any genre category with a sunny sense that this is just where the country should be these days.” The track is featured on Kacey’s critically-acclaimed new album Golden Hour. The album is her third #1 debut on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart. Everyone from NPR, Time, The Los Angeles Times, Rolling Stone to Billboard, Pitchfork, and The FADER declared "Golden Hour" as one of the best 2018 albums so far. 

The Huffington Post called the single as a "work of a self-assured artist breaking the mold instead of the younger version telling us that one day she would." Meanwhile, Kacey also appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, TODAY, and The Ellen DeGeneres Show and is geared to make her debut on Saturday Night Live next Saturday, May 12th.

Last weekend, Kacey played at the Stagecoach festival. During the event, Noisey announced her set to “prove she's the best future country music has." The Los Angeles Times observing Saturday’s lineup “offered a triumphant set from Kacey Musgraves, who delivered on her early promise and handled her new stature as a soon-to-be headliner with confidence.” 

Kacey will wrap up her tour with Little Big Town this weekend and will go on to support Harry Styles on his tour this summer. She will also kick off her headlining Oh, What A World: Tour this fall in Europe, with additional global dates to be announced. 

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