Even the closest of siblings fight with one another just as the members of The Band Perry admitted during their visit to The Late Late Show with James Corden on Tuesday night (March 21).
Clad in predominately red-and-black ensembles, the country-pop trio took a brief second out of their visit to the popular late night talk show to discuss their family dynamic when it comes to working together. As host James Corden poked them about their sibling rivalry, he got them to spill about what really happens when they get into a tiff from time to time.
“We’ve learned it’s not really important what we fight about as like who wins or how it’s fought,” explained Reid Perry as the other two agreed. “I’m the middle child, so I’m like the stubborn, hardheaded child one, so I just outlast everyone else.”
Noticing also that their look has changed from a Southern flair to a modern wardrobe, The Band Perry discussed what’s new to come on their forthcoming album, My Bad Imagination.
“I think probably what you see before you now is sort of what we have always felt on the inside finally making its way to the outside,” Kimberly Perry said to Corden.
The band then performed their single, “Stay In the Dark,” for the late night crowd with immense energy rushing through the entire piece.
There is no official release date for My Bad Imagination at this time.