The siblings of the Band Perry took on an unfaithful suitor with their last tune, 'You Lie,' but they've taken a new direction with their latest single, 'All Your Life,' which the band calls a "bona fide love song."

According to the group's Reid Perry, the timing isn't a coincidence. "Naturally, in country music, after a cheating song, you release a love song and 'All Your Life' is our tribute," he says.

The love song seems to be working, and has reportedly led multiple fans to change direction as well. "Two times while we were playing ['All Your Life'], two guys proposed to their girlfriends," brother Neil reveals.

Luckily, both hopeful husbands-to-be heard a yes. "So we're two for two," Neil continues. "It's a good luck charm for lovers."

The trio aren't only helping with marriage proposals, they've repeatedly been asked to be there for several couples on the big day as well. "We've gotten so many invites to come play it at people's weddings ... which is a huge honor for us, too," says Kimberly. "Folks even want us to be a part of that day. So, it'll be getting a few folks down the aisle."

Let's hope that luck follows the band to the 54th Annual Grammy Awards next month. The trio are up for the all-genre Best New Artist award, against Bon Iver, J. Cole, Nicki Minaj and Skrillex. The Grammys will air live from Los Angeles' Staples Center, Feb. 12 at 8:00 PM ET on CBS. See the full list of nominees in all genres here.

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