The Band Perry To Spend Holidays Working On New Album

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• December 6, 2011

The Band Perry at the Nov. 8 BMI Awards. Photo: Jason Kempin/Getty Images for BMI

The Band Perry will have a few weeks off the road during the holiday season, and the siblings plan to spend that time working on the follow up to their breakthrough album.

The self-titled debut was recently certified Platinum and has yielded multiple No. 1 hits. The group scored a recent all-genre Grammy nomination for Best New Artist, and  earlier this year took home the new artist trophies at the ACM Awards and CMA Awards.

Neil Perry says, “The album is starting to take shape and we’ve been taking writers out on the road all the time…It’s growing up just a little bit, not too much. But it’s gonna be really fun.”

“It’ll be the first time that we’ve had to be still,” adds Kimberly. “As creators we kind of have to decompress so that our imaginations can run wild a little bit. And we’re so excited about the songs in the store house so far and like Neil said, you know, everything feels a couple of years older. We’ve gotten to go through a mixed bag of experiences over the last twelve months. Most sweet, and then even a few bittersweet because, obviously, with our lives changing, some of the relationships and friendships in our life has changed as well. And so I feel like we’ll be responding to all of those things and way different emotions in the project.”



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