By Grady Smith
August 15, 2011 at 06:55 PM EDT

Pistol Annies

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Pistol Annies, a tough-girl trio made up of Miranda Lambert, Ashley Monroe, and Angaleena Presley, has already impacted country music with their debut single, the sexy, slow-burning “Hell On Heels,” the first track from their album (also called Hell On Heels), due August 23.

EW now has an exclusive second dose of the Annies—”Bad Example,” a tongue-in-cheek ditty about being naughty and proud. Listen to the new track below:

“Somebody had to set a bad example,” the girls confess, “Teach all the prim-and-propers what not to do.” The song, a sly complement to Miranda Lambert’s latest solo single “Baggage Claim,” is part of a contest happening on the Pistol Annies’ official website.

What do you think, readers—will you be packing these Pistols next week?


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