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1. Trust Fall

Trustfall is the ninth studio album by American singer Pink. The album was released on February 17, 2023, through RCA Records.[2] Her first studio album since Hurts 2B Human (2019), Pink worked on the production and lyrics with Fred Again, David Hodges, Max Martin, Johnny McDaid and Shellback. The Lumineers, Chris Stapleton and First Aid Kit feature as guest vocalists.[3]

1. Trust Fall


Trustfall received generally positive reviews from music critics. The album debuted highly on record charts across the globe, reaching number 1 in multiple countries, such as Australia, Canada, and the UK, while reaching number 2 in the US, becoming Pink's 5th consecutive top-2 album in her home country.

On November 18, 2022, Pink announced Trustfall on Good Morning America and its release date through her social media accounts. She stated that the album is "the best album [she] had ever made". The album was inspired by many personal events in her life including her children getting sick and her father's death. On October 6, 2022, Pink announced that she would be touring in the UK and Europe as part of her Pink Summer Carnival Tour in 2023. North American dates were announced a month later.[15] On October 17, 2022, Pink teased the album's lead single "Never Gonna Not Dance Again" and released a snippet on social media.[16] The song became available to stream on Apple Music and Spotify on November 4, 2022. One critic gave the song a mixed review saying they felt it was too similar to "Can't Stop the Feeling!" by Justin Timberlake.[17] She performed the song live for the first time at the American Music Awards on November 20, 2022.[18]

On January 18, 2023, Pink announced the album's second single "Trustfall" and released a snippet on social media. Pink appeared on The Kelly Clarkson Show on February 6, 2023.[19] On February 14, 2023, Pink released a promotional single, "When I Get There", written by Amy Wadge and David Hodges in honor of Pink's late father Jim Moore.[20]

Upon release, Trustfall was met with a positive response from music critics. At Metacritic, which assigns a normalised rating out of 100 based on reviews from mainstream critics, the album received a score of 71 out of 100, based on reviews from nine critics, indicating "generally favorable reviews".[22]

Maura Johnston of Rolling Stone wrote that the songs on Trustfall lyrically "don't shy away from irascibility or eye-rolling" but "feel like they're coming from a genuine place" and that "Pink's appeal comes from her ability to turn the everyday into the stereo-ready".[26] Cady Siregar of Consequence found the singer "still wearing her emotions on her sleeve, keen to embrace a deep sense of vulnerability as she processes some extremely difficult events", publishing her "most overt attempt at storytelling and introspection" in her discography. However, Siregar wrote that Pink "is playing it safe" because "trying to radiate emotional honesty without the risk of coming off as slightly banal is something even the best pop stars find hard to do".[27] 041b061a72


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