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article imageReview: The Band Perry soars on new single 'Chainsaw' Special

By Markos Papadatos     Apr 5, 2014 in Music
Country trio The Band Perry is one of those few country acts that can do no wrong. They released their fourth single "Chainsaw" to radio.
Their previous singles from their Pioneer CD include "Better Dig Two," "Don't Let Me Be Lonely" and the up-tempo "DONE." The country group, made up of Kimberly Perry and her brothers, Neil and Reid, is signed to the record label Republic Nashville.
"Chainsaw" was one of the few tracks that they didn't write themselves. It was co-penned by Shane McAnally, Josh Osborne and Matt Ramsey.
After charting for 6 weeks, the song is already in the Top 25 on the Billboard Hot Country Airplay charts, sitting at No. 23, for the week of April 12.
It is a great break-up song and it changes the pace from their last single, their gorgeous ballad "Don't Let Me Be Lonely." They showcase a lot of sass and energy on this spitfire tune. Many couples, whether they are married or dating, that have ever broken up with someone can easily relate to this song. It garners an A- rating and it should fare well on country radio, and it ought to bring them back to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot Country Airplay charts.
One of the greatest snubs of last year on radio was "Don't Let Me Be Lonely" failing to reach No. 1, since it displayed Kimberly's mellifluous vocals and her brothers solid harmonies (it only peaked at No. 2); however, "Chainsaw" should be the single where they reclaim their country throne.
For more information on The Band Perry and their new single "Chainsaw," visit their official website.
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