Kylie Minogue has crammed an awful lot into her decades-long career. Her stint as Charlene on Neighbors in the ‘80s segued into a bubblegum pop breakthrough, there was her edgy-dance Deconstruction stage, a surprise collaboration with Nick Cave, a gold hotpants-era comeback, illness, more comebacks, more hits, induction into Australia’s Hall of Fame and, more recently, she advocated for marriage equality in her homeland (Aussies voted “yes,” with a little help from Kylie).
Kylie flashes her country side on Golden, her 14th studio album and first in four years. The album was mostly recorded in Nashville and features the lead single and album opener "Dancing," which became her 50th top 40 entry on the U.K. singles chart. Minogue co-wrote every song on the set, which explores heartbreak, emotional "repair" and is her most personal to date.