The Band Perry Releases Video for "If I Die Young"

The Band Perry’s newest video for “If I Die Young” debuted on Great American Country Television on Tuesday, May 24. The video will be shown exclusively on GAC until June 1. 
“If I Die Young” is The Band Perry’s second single from the trio’s self-titled EP. It was also previously featured on iTunes as a “Single of the Week.” The first single, “Hip to My Heart,” was a Top 20 hit on the Country charts. Both will be included on The Band Perry’s full-length album, to be released this fall.
“If I Die Young” was filmed at the historic Two Rivers Mansion in Nashville. Located between the Stones and Cumberland Rivers, the mansion was built by David McGavock in 1859 and purchased by the Metropolitan Government of Nashville in 1966. The video was directed by David McClister, who has worked with Lady Antebellum and LeAnn Rimes in the past.
The Band Perry is composed of Mobile, Ala., natives, Kimberly, Neil and Reid Perry. The siblings now live in east Tennessee. The Band Perry signed with Republic Nashville in the summer of 2009.