The Band Perry’s New Song ‘Chainsaw’ Shows Their Musical Influences


If you ask The Band Perry to describe their latest single, “Chainsaw,” they say it’s simple: it “would be the lovechild of The Judds and Led Zeppelin.” “Growing up, we had a ton of different musical influences,” Kimberly explains, “I know Reid and Neil, they cut their teeth on Led Zeppelin. Neil was the first drummer in the band. Reid’s always been the bass player and the rhythm section in Led Zeppelin. They were like the mini version of that growing up.”

Where’s the country flavor come from? “I fell in love with The Judds,” notes Kimberly. “That was kind of my first foray in just the fourth grade into country music. I remember falling in love with them.”

Check out the brand new video for Chainsaw below

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