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"For the last couple of years our great romance has been trying to win over the hearts of country music and country music lovers," Kimberly Perry tells GAC. "We truly feel like it's our season to just keep the nose to the grindstone and keep building."
While they have the fans -- and each other -- to prop them up while they're on the road, the trio has a support system in place at home as well. "Thankfully, the friends and family are here waiting for us when we're home," Kimberly explains. "I think it truly takes a support team even further reaching than the three of us to make it all work. So far the folks in our lives understand that we have this mission in front of us and they're really supportive of it."
The threesome's romantic video for their latest lovestruck single, "Postcard From Paris," was filmed in New Orleans in April and the Band Perry's latest mission is opening shows on Brad Paisley's Virtual Reality world tour.
The group is also hard at work on their long-awaited sophomore album, which is being produced by Rick Rubin, best known for his work with Johnny Cash, Dixie Chicks, Adele and Red Hot Chili Peppers.
"He's really brilliant. He was really fantastic," Kimberly Perry told The Boot earlier this year. "He was basically half therapist, half producer."
The album is expected to be released later this year.