"Slowly but surely," Kimberly Perry smiled, noting that the set is about 90% done.
Well, that would be 85%, according to Reid Perry...but still, almost there. "It's more the responsibility to live up to the first album and what it did for us," Reid explained of their careful process on the new record, which is being produced by Rick Rubin.
"We make really slow creative decisions...we want to make sure every step we take is really well thought through," Kimberly said.
Before treating fans to an intimate set including their hits "If I Die Young," "All Your Life," and "You Lie," older siblings Kimberly and Reid took the opportunity to show their dominance over baby bro Neil, stating that he is in charge of the band's Twitter account--but that they have veto power over what photos he's allowed to post. (As the youngest child of the family myself, believe me, I understand how it goes, Neil.) Neil fired back with "The main reason I love to take pictures is because it annoys Kimberly and Reid."
You can watch the full interview, as well as the band's performances, here.
The MLB Fan Cave, which is in its second season, is a first-of-its kind space that mixes baseball with music, pop culture, and technology. Its MLBFanCave.com Concert Series has featured a number of hitmaking artists, including country and folk powerhouses such as Jason Aldean and the Avett Brothers.
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