‘Try’ by She’s Coming Home sings about the dillema of holding on to a failed relationship.

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Have you ever been in a relationship wherein you know it’s not working, but you can’t quite decide whether to hold on or to let go? ‘Try’ by She’s coming home sings about exactly that!

So here’s a little background for those of you who are unfamiliar with the band She’s Coming Home. They are a five-piece alternative ensemble consisting of Karla Pauline Macatlang (Vocals), Justin Magac (Drums), Vladimir Besana (Bass), Robert Besana (Guitar), Ron Padilla (Guitar). Grammy-nominated Duke Purisima also happens to be their record producer.

The band was formed back in 2015, and since then they have been creating songs that tell stories and share experiences.

If you’re not familiar with ‘Try’ yet, you may know the band from its previous works. Such as ‘Kahit Saglit’ (May 2019), ‘Pleasure’, and ‘Feel Me’. They are currently signed under Warner Music Philippines and was even featured on the 107.5 Wish Bus.


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The band proudly claims that ‘Try’ is your new cold-weather companion. And honestly, they’re not wrong! Because Karla Pauline Macatlang’s vocals is like being served a steaming cup of hot chocolate. And making the overall vibe of ‘Try’ by She’s Coming Home very relaxing.

Although the lyrics are the complete opposite. In fact, the sheer lack of warmth in the lyrics is piercing. But of course, how can the lyrics contain warmth when it’s about two people’s failed relationship, and yet they’re still trying to hold on.

So give ‘Try’ by She’s Coming Home a listen, right now!

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Overall, ‘Try’ by She’s Coming Home boasts a perplexing blend of instrumentals and vocals. Although we found the lyrics lacking compared to that of the instrumentals and vocals—the message of the song is delivered very well. And who knows, you may find the perfect cold-weather companion for the ber-months!

What do you think of ‘Try’ by She’s Coming Home? Were you able to relate to it? We’d love to hear what you think! So share with us your thoughts in the comments down below! Or hit us up on our Facebook or Twitter @UDoUPh.