The Billboarddubbed “harmonically savvy sibling duo” Tigirlily Gold unveiled a new, dynamic side to their songwriting with the arrival of their vulnerable, heartfelt anthem “I Tried A Ring On” on Jan. 5. Reeling in over half a million streams in its first week, “I Tried A Ring On” impacted country radio on Jan. 22 as one of the most-added singles, with 47 first-week adds.

“We are so grateful country radio has embraced ‘I Tried a Ring On’ right off the bat,” sisters Krista and Kendra Slaubaugh share. “We believe in this song so much and its ability to empower people going through heartbreak. We can’t wait to see where this song takes us.”

As the duo’s music continues to resonate with fans – their previously released upbeat single “Shoot Tequila” reached top 40 at country radio and has received more than 40 million streams to-date – their standout harmonies have garnered recognition across the industry, with CMT unveiling them as part of their “Next Women of Country” 2024 class.

“I Tried A Ring On” was written by Kendra and Krista, alongside Pete Good and Josh Jenkins, and produced by Pete Good. Inspired by the sisters’ real-life heartbreak, the song adds a new layer of depth to their evolving story, as Country Now notes the song allows the girls “ to show their audience what they are truly capable of, both as singers and songwriters.”

With a message that is sure to resonate with anyone who has felt the heartbreak of love’s false starts and showcases the duo’s versatility through their compelling songwriting and knack for storytelling, “I Tried A Ring On” is another taste of new music to come. Bringing the girl power energy back to country music, stay tuned for more from Tigirlily Gold throughout 2024.

About Tigirlily Gold:
Sister duo Tigirlily Gold has been playing music together since they could walk, and officially formed their band in high school. Growing up, they crisscrossed the mid-west, growing a fierce fan base and selling out amphitheaters across their home-state of North Dakota. After moving to Nashville, they landed a weekly residence at Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row on Nashville’s famed lower Broadway. Playing four-hour sets, three to four nights a week, the sisters developed a performance style that’s not only captivating and fun but shows just how entertaining is in their blood. After releasing their original song “Somebody Does,” in 2021, the track topped the iTunes chart and Tigirlily Gold was signed to Monument Records. They released their self-titled, debut EP in July 2021, working with multi-Grammy Award Winner Shane McAnally, and hit the road with artists like Walker Hayes and Ashley McBryde. Now, the powerhouse duo has embarked on a new musical chapter with their EP, Blonde –a deeply personal project that includes tales of love and loss alongside powerful anthems and songs of female empowerment. Their debut single at country radio, “Shoot Tequila,” reached the Top 40 and found viral success with millions of views across social media, and millions of streams across platforms. Their much anticipated follow up single “I Tried A Ring On” is at Country radio now. After making their Grand Ole Opry debut and performing to a national audience on the “TODAY Show,” Tigirlily Gold is ready to bring girl group energy back to country.