Pink is famous for her daring stage stunts, which have included acrobatics a hundred feet in the air, but she's also forged a reputation as one of pop's most restless realists. Her songs, which don't shy away from irascibility or eye-rolling, speak to her listeners in ways that feel genuine and authentic.
In a heartwarming Valentine's Day tribute, the Pennsylvania-born singer shared a video for "When I Get There," a ballad dedicated to her late father Jim Moore. The video, which features a montage of home videos of her through the years, includes a voiceover from Moore himself. The song, which is the first track on Pink's upcoming album Trustfall, finds the high-flying star yearning for her late dad. "Can you send me a sign from up there?" she asks, asking whether he's enjoying his favorite Earthly things and watching sunsets with friends.
With its odes to family and the afterlife, the track is the perfect lead-off single for Pink's ninth studio album. Trustfall, which features a collaboration with rock legends Pat Benatar and Neil Girlie on the opening track, arrives Friday. It's the follow-up to 2017's XXXTentacion, which broke streaming records and sold over a million copies in its first week of release. The deluxe version of the record adds an additional two tracks and includes appearances from Colorado folkies the Lumineers, Swedish Americana duo First Aid Kit, and country traveler Chris Stapleton.