Watch The Band Perry Handle Power Tools in the “Chainsaw” Music Video

After all the crying is done, sometimes you just have to get rid of the last remaining evidence of a relationship.

That seems to be the idea behind The Band Perry’s ferocious new single, “Chainsaw,” and the very same idea in the new music video.

The Perrys pull double duty here: as a tree-cutting service called Love Is Shady, helping the jilted lovers make firewood out of memories (yes, all three of the impeccably coiffed Perrys handle the titular tool), and also as a power trio band in a scuzzy-looking rock club with Neil at the drum kit and Kimberly flailing at an electric guitar.

And lest you think they just went into the woods and started chopping down trees in the name of deforestation, stick around for the end of the video: it was filmed at a farm in Oregon where trees are actually harvested in an environmentally responsible manner.

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