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Band Perry Feel Songs Take "Underdog," Not "Scorned" Perspective


(Nashville, TN) -- The Band Perry's Kimberly Perry says the group's more aggressive songs aren't really taking the perspective of a woman scorned. The country star explain that they're more about people trying to defy the odds and get out of a difficult situation.


The trio's Neil Perry says their current hit, "Chainsaw," is really one of the few "scorned songs" to come from the group. But Kimberly adds that she wouldn't specifically call it "an aggressive woman song," because "there's a lotta guys out there wantin' to chop down a tree with initials on it, too." "Chainsaw" is the fourth single from The Band Perry's latest album, "Pioneer."

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The Band Perry's Kimberly and Neil Perry try to define "Chainsaw."

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