Kacey Musgraves has shared a version of Coldplay’s 2005 song “Fix You” as part of a stop-animation short film from Chipotle titled A Future Begins.
A Future Begins was made in support of Chipotle’s program to help transition one million acres of land to the next generation of farmers. The fast casual Mexican food chain reports that it pays “around $300 million” in price premiums per year for “real food” that’s grown sustainably and responsibly. Chipotle has also committed $5 million over five years to “help remove barriers and enable the next generation of farmers and ranchers to succeed.”
Last month, the country superstar performed two songs on the premiere episode of Saturday Night Live’s 47th season, which was hosted by actor and fellow Texan Owen Wilson.
During “justified,” Musgraves performed sat on a stool and appeared to be nude behind her acoustic guitar. Shortly after the episode aired, the star tweeted a still from Forrest Gump during which Robin Wright’s character Jenny performs Bob Dylan’s “Blowin’ In The Wind” while naked.
Musgraves played “camera roll” for her second song, which began with a hand holding a polaroid of the artist up to the camera. The performance continued with the musician singing while sat at one side of a table as flickering video projections appeared on the other side.
Both songs feature on the star’s latest album, star-crossed, which was described as “a modern-day tragedy in three acts” that “tells an extremely personal journey of heartache and healing.” Influenced by the eclectic likes of Bill Withers, Daft Punk, Sade, The Eagles, and Weezer, it explored her sorrow and pain around her divorce. The record was also accompanied by a 50-minute film of the same name, directed by Bardia Zeinali and starring Musgraves, with cameos from Eugene Levy, Princess Nokia, and others.