Frontman Josh Edwards shares the inspiration behind “Try,” from Runaway City’s debut release, Armored Heart, in stores now!

“‘Try’ is a song about losing a loved one. When our guitarist Tyler wrote this song, he imagined what life would be like if he lost his wife. It’s filled with the imagery of coming home to an empty room, being surrounded by funeral flowers, and remembering all the times shared there. It’s about figuring out how to mourn and deal with a loss.” –Josh Edwards

Click the above image for a video description of “Try” from Runaway City guitarist Tyler Ricketts.

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