Pink isn’t quite done with her Trustfall just yet. The singer and songwriter has extended her ninth studio album with three additional songs and six live recordings captured during the world tour she completed in support of the record.

Among the new releases appears “Dreaming,” her collaboration with Marshmello and Sting. There are special guests on the listing of live songs, too, including Brandi Carlile on the Sinead O’Connor tribute cover of “Nothing Compares 2 U” and Pink’s daughter, Willow Sage Hart, on “Cover Me in Sunshine.”

“I want you back in my belly,” Pink told her daughter in Bolton, England, when the 12-year-old made a special appearance for the performance. Turning back to the crowd, who were chanting Willow’s name, the singer added: “She smiled and waved; that was a first; she’s never smiled and waved before.”

The record jumps straight into the music, cutting out excess introductions and the speeches that preceded the performances. When Pink and Carlile first performed “Nothing Compares 2 U,” the singer introduced the song and her guest with a story about a recurring habit of her childhood.

“When I was a little girl, my mom grew up in Atlantic City and I used to go down to the Ocean City Boardwalk with my ten dollars and I would make a demo tape… I would make a little cassette tape and imagine it was my demo for the record company,” Pink told the crowd in Cincinnati. “And it would always be either ‘Greatest Love of All’ by Whitney Houston or ‘Nothing Compares 2 U’ by Sinead O’Connor. So in honor of Sinead, and in honor of my very, very talented friend Brandi Carlile I asked her if she would come out here and sing this song with me.”

Trustfall (Tour Deluxe Edition) expands its track list from 13 songs to 22. The new releases “Irrelevant” and “All Out of Fight” are listed just ahead of the live recordings, which captured her medley of “Just Like Fire” and “Heartbreaker” as well as “When I Get There,” “No Ordinary Love,” and “What About Us.”


Pink spent a solid portion of her year performing in stadiums on the Summer Carnival tour and recently wrapped her shows in support of the album with a slate of arena shows in North America. The tour will continue into the new year with additional shows in Europe, Australia, and New Zealand.