Forming in early 2010 in the city of Glasgow, Scotland, Try This At Home began as a fusion of pop-punk meets synthesisers with one goal - to create music you could dance to.
The 5-piece outfit over the past year have developed and now see themselves evolving into a new musical genre that has been coined \"Orch-pop\" - Orchestral Pop-Punk music, a fresh new genre which tints the speed and catchiness of pop-punk with the power of orchestra.
Having only been on the scene for a year, Try This At Home has already made a name for themselves as having shared a stage with many big names in the UK music scene such as Canterbury, Not Advised, Lightsgoblue, That Sunday Feeling, Octane OK and a sold-out show with Twenty Twenty as well as playing a full day event at the O2 ABC where they played alongside the likes of Flood of Red, Brigade and Rolo Tomassi.
From Blink-182 to Panic! at the Disco and everything in between