Review: star-crossed — Kacey Musgraves

How do you follow up a critically acclaimed country album written in the midst of falling in love when that love is no longer tangible? If you’re Kacey Musgraves, you write a divorce record steeped in pop sensibilities. Three and a half years after the honeymoon delights of 2018’s Golden Hour, the singer has released the “modern tragedy” that is her fifth full-length, star-crossed. Influenced by the storytelling of the Greek and Shakespearean theatre — not to mention an intense, guided psilocybin trip — the album is split into three, five-song acts that chronicle Musgraves’ journey from…