GRAMMY® Award-winning superstar sibling trio The Band Perry will release their roaring new anthem “Live Forever” on Friday, August 14th. The track, produced by RedOne and Dann Huff, is the first taste of new music from The Band Perry’s forthcoming album due for release later this fall by Big Machine Label Group. “Live Forever” will debut on Country Radio nationwide on August 14th and will be available for purchase the same day at all digital retailers.

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The Band Perry will perform “Live Forever” for the first time on national television – as well as other fan favorites – on Friday, August 14th when they make their first-ever appearance at Central Park’s famed SummerStage in Rumsey Playfield as part of Good Morning America’s Summer Concert Series. Good Morning America is broadcast live on ABC from 7-9AM EST / PST. The concert is free and open to the public!

Additionally, the music video for “Live Forever” will make its world broadcast premiere on CMT for 48-hours starting Saturday, August 15th on CMT’s Hot 20 Countdown, CMT Artists App and It will air every hour on the hour on the network and every other hour on CMT Pure Country.

“‘Live Forever’ is the best first look into our new album,” said Kimberly Perry. “It emotionally sums up everything we’ve been feeling creating this new collection of songs – empowered and electrified.”

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Grammy® Award-winning sibling trio The Band Perry have proven an unstoppable presence in music, matching their major critical acclaim with massive mainstream success. Within just years of making their platinum-selling self-titled debut, frontwoman Kimberly Perry and her brothers Reid and Neil have already shown the history-defying power of their colossal appeal, playing sold out shows around the world.

With their recent honors including being named ambassadors for Teen Cancer America (a charity founded by The Who’s Roger Daltrey), The Band Perry are currently gearing up for the release of their third studio album. For tour dates and more on TBP, visit their homepage.