Musgraves debuts vid on Friday
Thursday, May 9, 2013
– Kacey Musgraves will debut the video for her current single, Blowin' Smoke
on her new website www.kaceymusgraves.com on Friday.
The video, filmed in Los Angeles last month, was shot by director Honey (Kings of Leon/Ke$ha) and is set in a local diner with Musgraves and fellow waitresses getting through the day in their trapped, dead-end jobs.
Musgraves, 24, released her debut, "Same Park, Different Trailer," in April. She had success with her first single Merry-Go Round. She also helped write Miranda Lambert's current hit Mama's Broken Heart.
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