The Band Perry Announces New Album

You've been waiting for a couple years, and now the big moment is only a couple short months away. We're referring, of course, to The Band Perry's long-awaited sophomore album, Pioneer, which hits stores April 2.

Initially the band had been working on the collection with legendary producer Rick Rubin, but opted to come back to Nashville and record with Dann Huff for the final product. "Sometimes where one starts off is not where one ends up, which is a big theme for us on Pioneer,” says Neil Perry.

The band announced the new collection via social media, hot on the heels of the album's first single, "Better Dig Two," ascending to No. 1 on the Billboard chart. Check out the video announcement below.

“There is still so much to be discovered, so many things to be made. There's still so much good to be done and so many songs to sing," says Kimberly Perry. "So here we are, two years later—marching forward, making noise. We are thankful for the momentum of the week and are thrilled that our release of Pioneer is just around the corner. We can't wait!”

Fans will undoubtedly get to hear some tracks from Pioneer this spring while TBP serves as the special guest on Rascal Flatts' Changed Tour.

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