TrySail

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TrySail
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Years active2015–present
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Website trysail.jp
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TrySail are a Japanese voice actress girl group. [1] The members of the group are Momo Asakura, Sora Amamiya and Shiina Natsukawa; all of them are also voice actresses who are all managed by Sony's Music Ray'n subdivision. Their February 2016 single "Whiz" reached the fourth place on the weekly Oricon Singles Chart, [2] and was additionally used as the ending theme for the original net animation Koyomimonogatari [ citation needed ].

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In 2017, the group's single "Original" was used as the opening theme song for the anime Interviews with Monster Girls . [3] TrySail moved from Aniplex to the new record label Sacra Music (both under Sony Music Entertainment Japan) in April 2017. [4] Their single "Adrenaline!!!" is the ending theme of the anime Eromanga Sensei . [5]

On 2018, the group released single "Wanted Girl", and "Truth.". Both songs are used as the second opening theme of Time Bokan 24 second season and the second opening theme of Beatless , respectively. On January 1, 2019, "adrenaline!!!" was selected for the Heisei Anison Grand Prix Voice Actor Song Award (2010 - 2019). [6]

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Discography

Studio albums

TitleAlbum details Oricon peak chart
Sail Canvas
  • Released: May 25, 2016
  • Label: Aniplex
5 [7]
TAILWIND
  • Released: August 23, 2017
  • Label: Sacra Music
3 [8]
TryAgain
  • Released: February 27, 2019
  • Label: Sacra Music
8 [9]

Singles

TitleRelease date Oricon
"Youthful Dreamer"May 13, 201512 [10]
"Cobalt"August 19, 201515 [11]
"Whiz"February 10, 20164 [2]
"High Free Spirits"May 11, 201610 [12]
"Original."February 8, 20177 [13]
"Adrenaline!!!"May 24, 20176 [14]
"Wanted Girl"March 14, 201812 [15]
"Truth."June 6, 201811 [16]
"azure"November 14, 201810 [17]
"Utsuroi"October 2019
"Free Turn"January 22, 202011 [18]
"Gomakashi/Utsuroi"March 11, 20205 [19]
"Taga tame ni Ai wa Naru"June 9, 202110 [20]
"Lapis"April 6, 20227 [21]

Collaborations singles

TitleCollaborations withRelease date Oricon
"Senpai." HoneyWorks (under the name "HoneyWorks meets TrySail")December 14, 20168 [22]

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