Pink releases inspiring new trailer for her upcoming Amazon Prime Video documentary ‘All I Know So Far’
Pop icon Pink has unveiled the trailer for her upcoming documentary P!NK: All I Know So Far – and it looks amazing.
The new trailer shows Pink performing her air-defying stunts to crowds at Wembley Stadium while also discussing balancing motherhood and touring the globe.
Talking about the documentary, Pink says: “There’s no way a mother can walk away from her babies and not think about them every single second. A lot of moms stop touring because you can’t imagine being able to do both.
“We go all over the world and we’re surrounded by people that are incredibly passionate about what they do, that’s more of an education than I got.”
The documentary is helmed by The Greatest Showman director Michael Gracey and mixes footage from the road, behind-the-scenes interviews and personal material.
It features live performances from her sold-out Beautiful Trauma World Tour, which included her biggest UK and Ireland shows to date.
She performed hits from her anthem-filled catalogue including “Just Like Fire”, “What About Us”, “Get the Party Started” and “So What” on the tour.
The documentary will be accompanied by a full-length live album entitled All I Know So Far: Setlist, which includes a brand new song.
She recently released a music video for the new track, “All I Know So Far”, which features actual Cher as God – and that’s gay rights.
Talking about the music video Pink said: “This song was written as a letter to my daughter. And this video is a culmination of working with Dave Meyers over the last 22 years. In all ways, it’s a full circle moment!”
Cher also tweeted about her appearance in the video saying:
I’M SO PROUD TO BE IN PINKS VIDEO, SHE IS A GREAT ARTIST& HAS MADE IT THROUGH THE JUNGLE TO BE “PINK” ON HER OWN TERMS‼️IN MANY WAYS THIS IS MY STRUGGLE TO BE WHO I AM…IN MANY WAYS ITS EVERY WOMAN’S STRUGGLE. THIS SONG MIGHT BE HER BEST & VIDEO IS BEYOND https://t.co/m9C2XLsk8d
— Cher (@cher) May 7, 2021
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