Kacey Musgraves returned to The Late Late Show With James Corden Wednesday night (July 25) to perform "Golden Hour," the title track from her latest album, Golden Hour.

Backed by her band (who matched her ensemble in their own orange suits), Musgraves delivered an enchanting performance. The band kicked off the song with hand-snapped rhythms and acoustic guitar before Musgraves entered with captivating vocals entered. Added pedal steel accompanied her as she sang a love song about the man who sets her world on fire.

"Looking through your eyes / It looks like paradise / You set my world on fire / And I know everything's gonna be all right / You're my golden hour," Musgraves sings in "Golden Hour," which she wrote with Ian Fitchuk and Daniel Tashian.

The singer recently wrapped an opening stint on tour with Harry Styles.

"This tour has come and gone faster than I thought it would," Musgraves wrote alongside a picture of her and Styles embracing onstage after the conclusion of the live shows. "I’m really gonna miss the energy, the love, and the sparkle that Harry and his team brought — not to mention the incredible people who came to each and every show. I became such a giant fan of his on this tour. Seeing someone do what they do each night with so much passion and class was inspiring. Thank you all for having me."

There's little time to rest, however — Musgraves has her own North American headlining tour coming up. The Oh, What a World Tour starts Jan. 9, 2019 in Indianapolis.

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