The Band Perry Kick Off New Album Release on Letterman

(Radio.com) "Get your hands high, New York," Kimberly Perry said at the start of The Band Perry's Live On Letterman set Monday night at the Ed Sullivan Theater.

On the eve of the release of their sophomore album Pioneer, the three members of The Band Perry were in good spirits.

"This week is a big one for us," Kimberly said. "My brothers and I have been working on a new record for the last 18 months, and it comes out at midnight tonight."

The band of siblings — Reid, Neil and Kimberly Perry — kicked off the evening with energetic kiss-off and current single "DONE." The guitar-heavy track showcased Kimberly's powerhouse vocals as she sang with distinct sass, telling a former flame they're over.

The energy didn't waver as The Band Perry segued into "You Lie." When Kimberly raised her hands to conduct the audience as if the fans were her choir, it was evident she held them in the palm of her hands–and that they would do whatever she asked.

"This is a brand new song we wrote with Mr. Brad Paisley," she told the theater crowd. More including setlist

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