Only a year and a half after releasing her Grammy-nominated album, Beautiful Trauma, P!nk is already ready to share her next album. During an interview on The Ellen DeGeneres Show today, P!nk revealed that her new record, Hurts 2B Human, will be out this April. Its first single is a song called “Walk Me Home,” due out in two weeks. At Ellen’s insistence, P!nk sang part of the new song a cappella for the delighted crowd:
Walk me home in the dead of night
I can’t be alone with all that’s on my mind
Say you’ll stay with me tonight
Cause there is so much wrong going on outside
P!nk stated that she will record a music video for “Walk Me Home” next week with director Michael Gracey. He directed the film The Greatest Showman, and late last year, P!nk recorded a cover of the film’s song, “A Million Dreams,” for The Greatest Showman – Reimagined compilation.
Watch the exciting album announcement below:
P!nk fans probably didn’t know new music was so imminent! It was only last week when P!nk shared a shot of herself in the studio:
Although “Walk Me Home” and Hurts 2B Human are already close, P!nk is still in the throes of her Beautiful Trauma era. This weekend she’ll find out if she takes home the Grammy for Best Pop Vocal Album. In March, she’ll kick off the next 3-month North American leg of her Beautiful Trauma world tour, with European dates scheduled for the whole summer. Fans attending those shows will likely get to hear some new songs from Hurts 2B Human.
Yesterday, P!nk was also awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Congratulations, P!nk – you so deserve it!
Stay tuned for more updates about “Walk Me Home” and Hurts 2B Human. It will be exciting to hear new P!nk music so soon! Keep checking back here for all the latest music news.
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