Why The Band Perry 'made a mess' at the ACMs with 'Chainsaw'
The Band Perry “came, we saw, we confetti’d them all,” with “Chainsaw,” the rollicking tune the sibling trio performed to open the Academy of Country Music Awards, Sunday night (April 7). And they also took home the award for Vocal Group of the Year.
“We made a mess,” Kimberly Perry said. Neil Perry said they spent 11 days in Las Vegas working on their “Chainsaw” performance, as they wanted to make it something that caused a bit of a stir. As far as the song, Kimberly described it as, “If the Judds and Led Zeppelin had a love child, it would be ‘Chainsaw’.”
The band’s focus now turns to its next album, which Kimberly Perry said “is going to be all about feel.”