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Golden Hour (Kacey Musgraves album)

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Golden Hour
Kacey Musgraves - Golden Hour.png
Studio album by
ReleasedMarch 30, 2018 (2018-03-30)
RecordedJanuary–April 2017
Studio
  • Big Green Barn
  • Sound Emporium
  • House of Blues
  • Great Gazoo Reading Room
  • Royal Plum
  • (Nashville)
Genre
Length45:44
LabelMCA Nashville
Producer
Kacey Musgraves chronology
A Very Kacey Christmas
(2016)
Golden Hour
(2018)
The Kacey Musgraves Christmas Show
(2019)
Singles from Golden Hour
  1. "Butterflies"
    Released: February 23, 2018
  2. "Space Cowboy"
    Released: February 23, 2018
  3. "High Horse"
    Released: June 25, 2018
  4. "Slow Burn"
    Released: October 16, 2018
  5. "Rainbow"
    Released: February 11, 2019[3]

Golden Hour is the fourth studio album by American country music singer and songwriter Kacey Musgraves, released on March 30, 2018, through MCA Nashville.[4] Musgraves co-wrote all 13 tracks and co-produced the album with Daniel Tashian and Ian Fitchuk. The album debuted at number four on the US Billboard 200.[5]

Golden Hour received widespread acclaim from critics, winning in all four of its nominated categories at the 61st Grammy Awards, including Album of the Year and Best Country Album. The album's first two singles, "Butterflies" and "Space Cowboy", also won awards for Best Country Solo Performance and Best Country Song, respectively.[6] Golden Hour also won Album of the Year at the 52nd Annual Country Music Association Awards.[7] A country and country pop record, Golden Hour explores elements of disco, electropop, electronica, and yacht rock.[8][9][10]

Background & Recording

Musgraves wrote and recorded most of the songs from the album throughout 2017; about the writing process she said: "I have a lot more love songs this time around, and I've never been one to write a love song and really feel it." She continued: "That probably sounds like the most depressing thing ever. [But] I'm coming off getting married and being in this golden hour of my personal life, where all these things are finally coming to fruition. I found myself inspired to write about this person and all these things he brought out in me that weren’t there before." Some of the album was recorded in a studio above a horse stable owned by musician Sheryl Crow.[11]

In a 2019 interview with Rolling Stone Magazine, Musgraves discussed being under the influence of LSD when composing the songs Mother and Slow Burn and how it helped her creative process; "I’m not going to tell anybody to run out and do anything that wouldn’t be suitable for their mind or their lifestyle, but it did have positive effects for me".[12]

Promotion and packaging

On March 10, 2018, Musgraves announced the Oh, What a World: Tour in support of the album while performing at the Country to Country music festival in London. The first 12 dates of the tour were announced on March 12, with Musgraves stating on social media that tour dates in other countries would eventually be added. The tour began on October 13 in Oslo, Norway.[13][14] Musgraves announced a second leg of the tour, titled the Oh, What a World: Tour II, in February 2019.[15]

Musgraves' sister Kelly Christine Sutton took the cover photo for Golden Hour over a two-day photo shoot in and around their hometown of Golden, Texas. Sutton, who also is credited with designing the album's packaging, has previously worked with Musgraves for all of her albums' artwork. Of the cover photo, Sutton recalls Kacey "wanted to use this paper fan, and we are usually on the same page with ideas, but I couldn’t picture it. We went out into this wide open field. We needed one with no trees, so there was sky only. Almost immediately after we reviewed the photos, we just knew we had it."[16]

Critical reception

Professional ratings
Aggregate scores
SourceRating
AnyDecentMusic?8.1/10[17]
Metacritic89/100[18]
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic4.5/5 stars[9]
Chicago Tribune3/4 stars[19]
Consequence of SoundA−[20]
The Guardian5/5 stars[21]
The Independent5/5 stars[22]
Pitchfork8.7/10[23]
Rolling Stone4/5 stars[24]
The Times4/5 stars[25]
Uncut7/10[26]
Vice (Expert Witness)B+[27]

Golden Hour received widespread acclaim from music critics. At Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, the album has an average score of 89, based on 17 reviews, indicating "universal acclaim".[18] Stephen Thomas Erlewine of AllMusic rated the album four and a half out of five stars and called it "warm and enveloping, pitched halfway between heartbreak and healing—but (it) lingers in the mind because the songs are so sharp, buttressed by long, loping melodies and Musgraves' affectless soul baring."[9] Writing for The Independent and rating the album a perfect 5 out of 5, Roisin O'Connor states the album is "a reminder that sometimes – often, if you're looking in the right places – life is beautiful."[22] Additionally, it was a Spin "Essential" and of the genre-bending songs on the album, reviewer Katherine St. Asaph calls it "not classicist, but perhaps it might be classic."[28] The album was rated number one by the BBC poll of polls, a compilation of 'best of the year lists' across 35 music reviewers, on a list of the best albums of 2018.[29] The album also placed number one in The Village Voice's Pazz & Jop critics' poll for 2018.[30]

Accolades

Awards
Association Year Category Result
CMA Awards[31] 2018 Album of the Year Won
Apple Music[32] 2018 Album of the Year Won
Grammy Awards[33] 2019 Album of the Year Won
Best Country Album Won
Best Country Song (for "Space Cowboy") Won
Best Country Solo Performance (for "Butterflies") Won
ACM Awards[34] 2019 Album of the Year Won
Song of the Year (for "Space Cowboy") Nominated
CMT Music Awards[35] 2019 Video of the Year (for "Rainbow") Nominated
Female Video of the Year (for "Space Cowboy") Nominated
CMA Awards[36] 2019 Song of the Year (for "Rainbow") Nominated
Music Video of the Year (for "Rainbow") Won
Year-end lists
Publication Rank List
AllMusic N/A The Best Albums of 2018[37]
American Songwriter 1 Top 25 Albums of 2018[38]
Associated Press 2 Top 10 Albums of 2018[39]
Apple 1 The Best Album of 2018[40]
Billboard 2 The 50 Best Albums of 2018: Critics' Picks[41]
Complex 36 The 50 Best Albums of 2018[42]
Consequence of Sound 9 The 50 Best Albums of 2018[43]
Entertainment Weekly 1 The 20 Best Albums of 2018[44]
The Independent 4 The 40 Best Albums of 2018[45]
Noisey 2 The 100 Best Albums of 2018[46]
NPR Music 3 The 50 Best Albums of 2018[47]
Paste 44 The 50 Best Albums of 2018[48]
People 1 Top 10 Albums of 2018[49]
Pitchfork 2 The 50 Best Albums of 2018[50]
PopMatters 2 The 70 Best Albums of 2018[51]
Rolling Stone 2 The 50 Best Albums of 2018[52]
Sputnikmusic 1 Top 50 Albums of 2018[53]
Stereogum 1 The 50 Best Albums of 2018[54]
Taste of Country 1 The 10 Best Country Albums of 2018[55]
Idolator 3 The 25 Best Albums Of 2018[56]
Time 8 The 10 Best Albums of 2018[57]
Uncut 73 The 75 Best Albums of 2018[58]
Uproxx 2 The 50 Best Albums of 2018[59]
1 Uproxx Music Critics Poll: Albums[60]
The Village Voice 1 Pazz & Jop: The Top 100 Albums of 2018[30]
Vulture 4 The Best Albums of 2018 [61]
Decade-end lists
Publication Rank List
The A.V. Club
27
The 50 Best Albums of the 2010s[62]
Billboard
6
The 100 Greatest Albums of the 2010s[63]
Billboard
3
The 25 Best Country Albums of the 2010s[64]
Cleveland.com
12
100 Greatest Albums of the 2010s[65]
Consequence of Sound
85
The 100 Top Albums of the 2010s[66]
Paste
9
The 100 Best Albums of the 2010s[67]
Pitchfork 23 The 200 Best Albums of the 2010s[68]
Rolling Stone 11 The 100 Best Albums of the 2010s[69]
Uproxx 11 The Best Albums of the 2010s[70]

Commercial performance

Golden Hour debuted at number four on the US Billboard 200 and at number one on the Top Country Albums chart with 49,000 album-equivalent units, with 39,000 of that figure being pure album sales in its first week.[5] It marks Musgraves’ third number one on the US Top Country Albums chart. It also debuted at number one on the Americana/Folk Albums chart.[71] In the chart week following the 61st Grammy Awards, where Golden Hour won Album of the Year, the album returned to the top ten, climbing to number nine on the chart, selling 35,000 copies.[72] In February 2019, the album has reached 310,000 in album-equivalent units sold.[73] On June 28, 2019, the album was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for combined sales and album-equivalent units of over 500,000 units.[74] As of February 2020, the album has sold 735,000 units in the United States .[75]

In the United Kingdom, Golden Hour debuted at number six on the official UK Albums Chart and at number one on the UK Country Albums chart. It marks Musgraves' first top ten album in the UK.[76]

Track listing

Credits adapted from liner notes.[77]

All tracks are produced by Daniel Tashian, Ian Fitchuk, and Kacey Musgraves.

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Slow Burn"
  • Tashian
  • Fitchuk
  • Musgraves
4:06
2."Lonely Weekend"
  • Tashian
  • Fitchuk
  • Musgraves
3:46
3."Butterflies"3:39
4."Oh, What a World"
  • Tashian
  • Fitchuk
  • Musgraves
4:01
5."Mother"
  • Tashian
  • Fitchuk
  • Musgraves
1:18
6."Love Is a Wild Thing"
  • Tashian
  • Fitchuk
  • Musgraves
4:16
7."Space Cowboy"
3:36
8."Happy & Sad"
  • Tashian
  • Fitchuk
  • Musgraves
4:03
9."Velvet Elvis"
  • Luke Dick
  • Hemby
  • Musgraves
2:34
10."Wonder Woman"4:00
11."High Horse"
3:33
12."Golden Hour"
  • Tashian
  • Fitchuk
  • Musgraves
3:18
13."Rainbow"
  • Hemby
  • McAnally
  • Musgraves
3:34
Total length:45:44
Japanese bonus tracks[78]
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
14."Merry Go 'Round"
3:28
15."Follow Your Arrow"
3:21
16."High Horse" (Violents Remix)
  • Schleiter
  • Dabbs
  • Musgraves
3:43
Total length:56:11

Personnel

Credits adapted from liner notes.[77]

Charts

Certifications

Region Certification Certified units/sales
United States (RIAA)[98] Gold 500,000double-dagger

*sales figures based on certification alone
^shipments figures based on certification alone
double-daggersales+streaming figures based on certification alone

Release history

Region Date Format(s) Label Ref.
United States March 30, 2018 MCA Nashville [99]
Japan July 4, 2018 CD Universal Music Japan [100]

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