SILVERCOAST release high-octane single ‘Try’

Hailing from Scotland, SILVERCOAST have released their newest pop-punk offering ‘Try’, which packs a hearty punch. Formed in 2012, the 5-piece are influenced by Feeder, You Me At Six and Neck Deep, and those influences can be heard in their latest single.

Discussing the release, SILVERCOAST explain:

“Try is a song about spending the summer away from home and being absolutely carefree. Not knowing anyone, but then meeting the coolest person ever, a girl. After spending half the summer with her, an emotional connection is made but for her it’s just fun. It’s the turmoil of choosing to devote your time and emotion on someone who doesn’t want anything serious or to just have fun alongside them keeping it simple and carefree.”

Made up of Aaron Murry (lead vocals, guitar), Kyle Mackenzie (guitar), Michael Cappie (drums), Alasdair Mackintosh (bass, backing vocals) and Andrew Thomas (lead guitar, backing vocal), the band have previously supported Feeder on the Scottish legs of their Best Of and Tallulah tours in 2018 and 2019. The band is set for big things, and hope to close out 2020 with a bang.

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