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(AUDIO) The Band Perry Deliver A Very Inspired Grunt

July 7, 2013

The Band Perry opens their live shows with their latest single, “DONE,” and it’s been a lot of fun to have that as the first thing the fans hear. Neil says, “We’ve always wanted to have a song that we can come out to with both guns blazing. We’ve got a fog jet that shoots up in the air. It’s a really energetic song to come out.” Kimberly is excited about the reaction “DONE” has been getting from the fans, many of whom have been inspired by the song. “We kinda say it’s DONE breaking up relationships everywhere,” she laughs. “I mean, just to hear the stories from guys and girls who’ve been inspired by this song to get out of a really bad situation, we are happy to wave the banner and glad to help ya.” But Reid admits the funniest thing about the song is the fact that Kimberly’s grunt seems to be what gets the biggest reaction. “We spent days and hours and weeks trying to perfect a track or a song,” says Reid, “and that’s the one thing out of the entire ‘DONE’ track that they talk about is the grunt.” Kimberly jokes that it’s “a very inspired grunt.”

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The Band Perry – fan response to DONE :26

Neil – “It’s our show opener, which is really exciting for the three of us. We’ve always wanted to have a song that we can come out to with both guns blazing. We’ve got fog jet that shoots up in the air. It’s a really energetic song to come out.”

Kimberly – “We’ve had the best fan feedback about the song DONE, so we kinda say it’s DONE breaking up relationships everywhere. I mean, just to hear the stories from guys and girls who’ve been inspired by this song to get out of a really bad situation, we are happy to wave the banner and glad to help ya.”



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The Band Perry – grunt on DONE :12

Everybody – (makes the grunt sound from DONE) Kimberly – “One hit wonder. I mean, a very inspired grunt.” Reid – “And you know what’s funny is we spent days and hours and weeks trying to perfect a track or a song and that’s the one thing out of the entire ‘DONE’ track that they talk about is the grunt.

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