The Band Perry is no longer part of Big Machine Label Group, according to a statement issued by BMLG’s Vice President of Publicity Jake Basden.
“The Big Machine Label Group and The Band Perry have amicably parted ways,” the statement said.
On their Facebook page, the band posted, “We and Big Machine Label Group have made a mutual decision to bring our working relationship to a close. We are grateful for 6 years of the big moments and great strides we made with our BMLG family and will carry that foundation forward with us as we begin the next leg of our journey.”
The band released its full-length debut album in 2010 on Republic Nashville, a BMLG imprint.
Their hits include “If I Die Young,” “You Lie,” “All Your Life,” “Postcard From Paris,” “Better Dig Two,” “Done,” “Don’t Let Me Be Lonely” and “Chainsaw.”
They won a 2014 Grammy for their recording of “Gentle on My Mind.”
In 2015, they released a single titled “Live Forever,” which did not reach the Top 25 at country radio.
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