“Try” is taken from American singer Pink’s sixth studio album “The Truth About Love”. It was released on 29 October, 2012 by RCA Records as the second single from her album. It was produced by Greg Kurstin, and written by Ben West and busbee. The official music video was released on 10 October, 2012, was choreographed by the Golden Boys and was directed by Floria Sigismondi.
John Murphy noted that “shows that she provides a voice that insufficient people offer her credit rating for . For having of a more suitable term , it’s a full-on power ballad , with but a lot more recommendations to love heading incorrect , as well as the kind of point you very well know someone such as Kelly Clarkson taking off in her snooze”. Amy Sciarretto of “Pop Crush” wrote that “It’s a beater with a soulful style , and she seems like Kelly Clarkson because of this track . The mid tempo song gets Pink mourning , lamenting and also musing on a bound which is deteriorating at the core . It ruins , yet this track is a lotion over the wound”.
“Try” peaked at number 20 on the Billboard Adult Pop Songs, at number 27 on the Billboard Pop Songs, at number 56 on the Billboard Hot 100, at number 33 on the UK Singles Chart, at number 24 on the Scottish Singles Chart and number 18 on the Canadian Hot 100 Chart.