Doylestown Native Pink Discusses the Lyrical Influences Behind Her Upcoming Album

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The Doylestown native will return to the Philadelphia area for a major show next year.

With an upcoming album on the way, one of Bucks County’s biggest names in the music industry discusses the influences behind the sound. Staff writers at ABC 7 wrote about the new album.

Pink, an internationally-known singer and songwriter from Bucks County, discussed the lyrical influences behind her new album, TRUSTFALL, which is scheduled to be released on Feb. 17.

“It’s very, very true to what I believe and where I am and what I’m feeling and what I think a lot of people are feeling,” the singer said.

One of the main lyrical themes came from her experiences during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. The singer and her young son became very ill due to the virus, and this ended up being a time of reflection for her.

The singer-songwriter is known in the Bucks County area for her local roots. Born and raised in Doylestown Township, the singer attended Central Bucks High School West in her formative years.

Pink is currently scheduled to performing at Citizens Bank Park on Sept. 18, with singer Brandi Carlile opening for her. 

Read more about Pink’s upcoming album at ABC 7.

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