The Band Perry is well-known for their self-titled debut album which included the huge main-stream single, 'If I Die Young.' This single may not have the same pop appeal as 'If I Die Young,' but the song is already making its way to the top of the country charts. The song relies on the strength and attitude of lead singer, Kimberly Perry, who feeds off many melodies and instruments, including banjos, fiddles, and electric guitars. The song would fit well into an old Western movie, as the narrator is a strong woman who plans on dying together with a man, before she sees him with someone else. It's a unique love song that shows the narrator's promise to choose mutual death over some sort of separation. Perry adds "It won't be whiskey, won't be meth/It'll be your name on my last breath. If divorce or death ever do us part, the coroner will call it a broken heart."
'Better Dig Two' was premiered at the 46th Annual CMA Awards. The album is expected to be released early this year. While you wait, take a listen to 'Better Dig Two' right now on AOL Radio's Top Country.