Pink Announces New Album ‘The Truth About Love’
Preceded by leaked single “Blow Me (One Last Kiss)” last week, Pink is releasing her first album in four years. On Wednesday, July 4, the singer officially announced that her album, called The Truth About Love, will hit stores on September 18.
The Truth About Love is the singer’s sixth studio release. Her last was 2008’s Funhouse, which featured hit singles “Sober,” “So What,” and “Please Don’t Leave Me.” Filling in the two-year gap was a greatest hits collection, which spawned the ubiquitous “Raise Your Glass.”
The Truth About Love is also the “Stupid Girls” singer’s first album since the birth of her daughter Willow in June 2011. Through a video message last month, she mentioned her daughter will have a small part on the album. Additionally, she stated that she consumed less alcohol while recording The Truth than she did during sessions for past releases. About the album, she said: "I wrote it with Greg Kurstin, who is amazing, and we had an incredible time. Willow played bells and bass on a couple of other songs, but I think you're really gonna like it 'cause I really like it, and I like it enough for all of us.”
“Blow Me (One Last Kiss)” is scheduled to be the first single off The Truth. While the track was leaked last week, the official version is expected for a June 9 release. Putting the track out through her website, the singer described it as: "[V]ery exciting. I think you're going to like it, because I really like it, and I like it enough for all of us."
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