When Pink heard “When I Get There” for the first time, she felt “so numb”.
The 43-year-old singer, whose ninth album, Trustfall, will be released later this week, reflects on the deeper meaning behind her new single, released today (14.02.23).
In the March issue of Women’s Health UK, she said: I was so numb when the song was sent to me.
“I don’t grieve normally the way I see other people grieve. They seem to have immediate access to grief.”
It took me a really long time to unpack that suitcase and that song was part of the unpacking. rice field. “
The ‘Never Gonna Not Dance Again’ hitmaker reflected on the process of creating her new collection, revealing the benefits of being able to take her time and the more risks. .
She explains: We were able to take more chances.
“COVID has slowed my life down in a way that is kind of ‘what matters’ to me. Now all I want is to put something meaningful in the world and watch my kids grow up is.
Later this year, Pink embarked on her ‘Summer Carnival’ tour in support of her upcoming album, promising fans a real ‘love fest’ with live shows.
She added: I’m like a circus, it’s exhilarating.
“And then I did the craziest thing, and it starts to get really hard to do.
“But we’re always looking for cool new stuff that you might not die for.”
You can read Pink’s full interview in the March issue of Women’s Health UK, now on sale. Read the story online: https://www.womenshealthmag.com/uk/health/a42854099/pink-cover-star/