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Deeper Well by Kacey Musgraves
Photo: Deeper Well (Screenshot from Youtube).

Kacey Musgraves Previews Album with Video Filmed in Iceland

Kacey Musgraves is set to release a new album in March. A video to the lead single of the album, Deeper Well, was released yesterday. The video was filmed in Iceland during challenging weather conditions.

Yellow weather warning at the Blue Lagoon

The American Country singer Kacey Musgraves is set to release a new album in March of this year. A video to the title track of the album, Deeper Well, was released yesterday. The video was filmed in various locations in Iceland, including the Árbæjarsafn open-air museum. 

As noted by Vísir, Musgraves visited Iceland last October and shared numerous pictures from her visit, including her time at the Blue Lagoon during a yellow weather warning. According to Vísir’s sources, Musgraves was similarly unfortunate when it came to weather conditions on the day that the video to Deeper Well was shot, although the video manages to play down those inauspicious conditions effectively. 

“The video for Deeper Well was shot on location in stunning Iceland, amongst the elements and the moss and the hidden folk. (I promise I was careful not to disturb their dwellings),” Musgraves wrote on Instagram.

In an article on the song on Variety, Chris Willman notes that Deeper Well “finds the singer-songwriter in her most acoustic, finger-picking mode, expressing a sense of contentment as she moves on from an unsatisfactory relationship and contemplates other lifestyle changes.”

Kacey Musgraves began her career in the early 2000s and has been awarded seven Grammy Awards, seven Country Music Association Awards, and three Academy of Country Music Awards.

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