Some described Chris Stapleton and Pink's 2019 duet, ‘Love Me Anyway’, as a titanic, once-in-a-lifetime collaboration.
However, the megastars have transformed this into a twice-in-a-lifetime partnership, with their brand new track, ‘Just Say I'm Sorry’, due to appear on Pink's new album, TRUSTFALL.
The pop icon's project will be made available on February 17, and will also include collaborations with The Lumineers and First Aid Kit.
Judging by the featured artists, it seems that Pink's ninth studio album will pursue a more folk-driven sound, which will draw influences from Americana, country and beyond.
It's not Pink's first foray into country, with the Pennsylvania native having previously teamed up with Kenny Chesney for their charismatic power-ballad, ‘Setting The World on Fire’, which was taken from Chesney's 2016 album, Cosmic Hallelujah.
Fans will be hoping they might get the chance to see Pink and Stapleton perform their new duet live at some point this year, with some even suspecting Pink might appear at one of Stapleton's newly unveiled All-American Roadshow tour dates as a surprise guest.
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