"A large intention with the record was giving people a little bit of a beautiful hiding place," says Kacey Musgraves of her fourth album, Golden Hour. Speaking over the phone from Nashville, where she's relishing a rare week off from her mad touring schedule, the US singer-songwriter is reflecting on the insanity that has been the past year of her life.

At the time of our interview, it's been two months since Golden Hour won Album of the Year at the Grammy Awards and almost a year to the day since Golden Hour was released. She just celebrated the occasion