Releasing her first album since 2019, Pink stretches expectations with “TRUSTFALL.” Notorious for her mid 2000s pop music with smash hits like “Raise Your Glass” and “Just Give Me a Reason,” Pink is no stranger to the apex of the music industry. In “TRUSTFALL,” she expresses her true prowess to fit in any genre and her capacity to work with all kinds of artists.

“TRUSTFALL” is her ninth studio album and is filled with 13 songs ranging from pop rock, country, party, and even folk. The album begins with a soft melodic song dedicated to her father, who passed in August of 2021, called, “When I Get There.” She questions, “Is there a bar up there/Where you’ve got your favorite chair/Where you sit with friends and talk about the weather,” in hopes that her dad is finally at peace. She credits her grief as one of the main sources of motivation for her album, in challenging herself to make the music she loves.

The album continues with both heartfelt melodies to party anthems. She takes steps in a new direction in collaborating with both Chris Stapleton in “Just Say I’m Sorry,” and The Lumineers in “Long Way to Go.” Pink explains in an interview with Billboard, “Life is like this to me, it’s an emotional roller coaster and it’s a journey, and this album is that.” Pink’s talent to morph into any genre and flourish is evident in every track.

The album has received favorable reviews from top critics and soon she will be touring Europe and the United States in 2023. She has appeared on numerous shows to kickstart the album and is just getting started in her new chapter. Pink is on her way to claiming her spot as one of music’s staple artists.

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