By Jason the 200 lb. Cowboy

The Band Perry has found themselves a new label. The sibling trio, who split from Big Machine Label Group back in March, has now signed a deal with Interscope Records, and will reportedly try to pull a Taylor Swift and transition to pop music.

The group don’t plan to abandon country all together though. Our sources tell us they’ll still have select singles handled by Interscope’s sister label, UMG Nashville.

As for their third album “Heart + Beat,” the trio is still working on it. So far, they’ve already collaborated with Diplo and RedOne on tunes. The album’s first single “Live Forever” wasn’t exactly a hit, although it has recently been selected to be the official song of the U.S. Olympic Team.


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