Beautiful Trauma will be released on October 13th via RCA Records
P!nk releases the title track, “Beautiful Trauma” today (Thurs, Sept 28th). The track is the second to be released from her highly anticipated seventh studio album due out October 13th via RCA Records. Fans who pre-order the album will receive “What About Us” and “Beautiful Trauma” instantly. “Beautiful Trauma” was written by P!nk and Jack Antonoff and produced by Antonoff.
The first single, “What About Us,” has over 100 million streams worldwide and hit No. 1 on iTunes in 26 markets, Top 5 in 36 markets and Top 10 in 48 markets on the day of release. Rolling Stone called the track “…an emotional dance floor anthem packed with pounding drums and a gorgeous array of synths,” while Variety said its “…an aching ballad with a soaring chorus that shows off the singer’s powerful range.”
On October 14th, P!nk is set to perform as the musical guest on Saturday Night Live. In August, P!nk received the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award at the 2017 Video Music Awards
P!nk is a huge supporter of various charities, including: Make a Wish Foundation, Autism Speaks, Human Rights Campaign and No Kid Hungry. She was formerly a spokesperson for COVERGIRL and remains on the UNICEF team as an Ambassador.
In addition to the release of Beautiful Trauma, Sony Legacy Recordings and LaFace Records begin a vinyl campaign series for the singer on October 6th. The series kicks off with the first three studio albums Can’t Take Me Home, M!ssundaztood and Try This being released as limited edition 2 LP 12″ colored vinyl packages. The second half of Pink’s solo studio album catalogue featuring I’m Not Dead, Funhouse, and The Truth About Love is slated for release on 12″ colored vinyl in April 2018, completing the six album set. All six albums have recently been remastered for vinyl at the acclaimed Battery Studios in New York by Vic Anesini.
Author: Buddy Iahn
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