Kacey Musgraves Teases New Music in 'Saturn Return' Commercial During 2024 Grammys

Musgraves is connecting to nature in a teaser released during the 2024 Grammys Sunday night

<p>Kacey Musgraves/Youtube</p>

Kacey Musgraves/Youtube

Kacey Musgraves is seemingly entering a new era of music.

The country singer, 35, teased new music on Saturday with nine cryptic (and caption-less) Instagram posts of her lying naked in a green field. Just one day later, during the 66th annual Grammy Awards, she released a video showing her in different areas of nature.

“My saturn has returned,” she sings as the clip comes to an end.

The teaser begins with Musgraves walking a grassy hill in a long, flowy white dress alongside a flock of white birds. In the next scene, she is standing in a black coat with three horses, followed by another moment of her sitting in the grass — this time with a bird on her shoulder.

As the video progresses, it becomes more clear that the "Rainbow" artist is announcing new music, with clips showing her writing in a notebook and holding a guitar. The serene background tune has hints of the sounds of nature and speeds up as the teaser goes on.

<p>Kacey Musgraves/Youtube</p>

Kacey Musgraves/Youtube

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The final few seconds flash several short clips of the Grammy winner riding a horse, running and holding her hands up to the sunlight.

Musgraves has a history of rebranding ahead of the release of new music. Her last album, Star-Crossed consisted of a lot of dark and fiery colors — a stark contrast to the peaceful, earthy vibes she is now embodying.

<p>Kacey Musgraves/Youtube</p>

Kacey Musgraves/Youtube

In October, Musgraves teamed up with Noah Kahan on his track “She Calls Me Back.”

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The country artist sang: “I'm runnin' out of tears to cry / The calm before they hit my cheeks / Maybe it's the air out here / Or maybe something's changin' me / If you think that you could wake me up / Then you don't know how well I sleep / You love me and I don't know why / I only call you once a week.”

Kahan, 27, said he was excited about Musgraves hopping on the song in a press release at the time. “Kacey Musgraves is the coolest person ever. Not exaggerating when I say that during the Stick Season album process, we would finish a song and I’d listen back and be like ‘Can you imagine Kacey on this?’”

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