10 times Kacey Musgraves admitted to being a little emo yeehaw
It’s time to remove the “I hate country music” stick out of your ass—at least when it pertains to rising country superstar Kacey Musgraves. Not only is she open-minded compared to her conservative counterparts, she also loves emo. That alone is enough to sell us. Here are 10 times that the mastermind behind 2018’s Golden Hour was openly a little yeemo.
It’s not a phase, Kacey. Embrace it.
She knows all of the words to Good Charlotte’s “The Anthem.”
She’s going on tour with Soccer Mommy.
She loves Hawthorne Heights.
She coined the term “yeemo.”
She covered Weezer’s “Island In The Sun.”
Musgraves sure put the sweetest touch of twang on this all time classic. We want MCR and Dashboard Confessional covers on LP five, Kacey. Just sayin’.
She rocked out to Dashboard Confessional with Paramore’s Hayley Williams.
She is followed by @emonitela on Twitter.
She misses the early 2000s.
- Golden Hour was meant to be an “emo country” album.
In addition to wanting to make 2018’s Golden Hour the emo/country crossover of a lifetime, she also says that girls who are also in their “emo phase” should channel their energy and not just get rid of it. “I went through this little phase when I was like 14 and 15, and I was really angry, and I just got all my emotions out in song, and I chopped my hair off,” she says. “I kind of want to bring it back a little bit.”
- She went through a scene phase in high school.
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The flat-ironed, side-swept bangs say it all.