Pink Talks ‘Trustfall,’ Trauma and Making It In The Music Industry

pink is back in business trust fall, albums that are at or on their way to the top of charts worldwide. And you’ll find out about it when she hits the road in support of it.



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Everything in Alecia Moore’s world looks shiny, big, and colorful. even in pink. The Philadelphia native is a complete draw card.

But her ninth and most recent album explores some of life’s tougher angles.

On Tuesday night (February 21), Pink stopped by Late Show with Stephen Colbertexploring her music, family, courage, and more.

About her new LP and its title, she explains: Sleep in the morning, go to work, drop the kids off at school, go to public places, vote in elections, have a vagina. It takes a lot of trust. “

Not all are shiny and colorful. “I know a lot of teenagers, and I think a lot of them have anxiety. We don’t know where the land is now,” she says. “It’s discrediting…you have to ask yourself, what is it worth falling for, who should catch you, can you catch yourself .”

The pop superstar is about reuniting with Chris Stapleton on “Just Say I’m Sorry” I also talked about working with my kids (no, they aren’t). I want to follow her into the entertainment industry), the music industry (“I hate people who give me advice”).

And she shared an origin story in the music business that began in the 1990s when Moore signed at age 16 as part of an “absolutely terrible” group. The singer stepped up, signed a new contract at age 17, and finally released her music to the world at age 20.

Pink also performed “When I Get There”. trust fall (February 17), was dropped through RCA last Friday. Her Summer Carnival 2023 tour kicks off in late July, with her tour beginning October 12 at her TRUSTFALL Arena at the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, CA.

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