“If I Die Young” Is Very Much Alive

Song hits 2 million in digital sales.

The Band Perry is on fire, with its breakout single, “If I Die Young,” surpassing two million in digital sales.

“It’s been an amazing year! So many have embraced the message of ‘If I Die Young’ and we are humbled that it has impacted so many people. This is truly an honor,” the family trio said in a statement.

The amazing year continues, as the band is set to appear today (June 2) in Nashville as part of the VH1 Save the Music Foundation’s Songwriters Music Series, the same series that Glee star Matthew Morrison kicked off in New York.

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