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When I Get There – P!nk

The new release, out Friday, is perhaps Pink’s most stylistically diverse creation – frisky dance-pop songs laced with a rock edge (“Never Gonna Not Dance Again,” “Runaway”) countered by introspective heart-tuggers (“When I Get There,” “Long Way to Go”). As she puts it, the new record is about “the roller coaster of life.”

Pink, 43, also welcomes a few guests on the album: The Lumineers, First Aid Kid and previous duet partner, Chris Stapleton, on the album closer, “Just Say I’m Sorry.”

To support “Trustfall,” Pink will embark on a massive stadium tour – the “Summer Carnival” with Brandi Carlile, Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo on certain dates.

Pink (real name Alecia Moore) talked to USA TODAY from her California home about how her husband, Cary Hart, and their kids Willow, 11, and Jameson, 6, influenced her new album, as well as what “Trustfall” means to her.

Pink: Yes. I lost my dad (in August 2021) and eight months later I lost someone very, very, very close to me. So within a year, I lost two of my favorite people. “When I Get There” is beautiful because it’s simple. It sort of distills down that (thought of), I wonder where you’re at and if everything’s OK. One of my favorite lines is, “You’ll watch me as I make my mistakes.”

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