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Fresh Out Of The Oven…Kacey Musgraves Releases New Single “Biscuits”

Texas native and singer-songwriter, Kacey Musgraves, has released her new single from her upcoming sophomore album, ‘Biscuits’! The track is her first new single since the release of ‘Same Trailer, Different Park’ in 2013.

“I’m very proud to be kickin’ things off with ‘Biscuits’! I think it’s the perfect preview to the record we had SO much fun making,” exclaimed Musgraves. “The sound of this song represents so many of the things I love!”

‘Biscuits’ was written by Musgraves herself along with, Shane McAnally, and Brandy Clark, the same team that is responsible for Kacey’s hit ‘Follow Your Arrow’. The single which is responsible for landing them with a CMA Award for Song Of The Year in 2014.

Throughout “Biscuits,” Musgraves makes a valid point that minding one’s own business is not just something you tell those who may be lurking in your business…it all boils down to treat others how you would want to be treated, with respect. Laying shame and throwing insults isn’t going to get you anywhere.

No one is perfect, we all have our short comings and “fall” down sometimes. And who doesn’t have a few skeletons in their closet we don’t want others to know about. That’s just part of life, and how boring would life be if everyone was perfect? “Own your own crazy,” Musgraves sings. “I’ll just do me and honey you can just do you.” Best suggestion of the entire song.

Watch Kacey perform ‘Biscuits’ HERE!

Kacey’s new song is utterly and completely out on the radar…and her support base is absolutely coming together. Biscuits is now available on iTunes! Getcha’ some today!

She is currently touring across the states with her ‘Same Tour Different Trailer’ tour. She will be heading to Indio, CA at the end of April for the Stagecoach 3-day country music festival and well as others throughout the summer.

For more information on Kacey Musgraves, check out her website and follow her on social media on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.


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