Pink’s comeback single ‘Blow Me (One Last Kiss), from her upcoming album, has appeared online but it’s nothing really to shout about.
The single has been co-written and produced by Greg Kurstin, who has worked with artists such as Kylie, The Flaming Lips and Lily Allen, will be the lead single off of the singer’s sixth studio album.
This leaked track is believed to be a demo version of the single, previously Pink has said of the single: "It's very exciting. I think you're going to like it, because I really like it, and I like it enough for all of us."
‘Blow Me (One Last Kiss)’ and the album it will come from are the follow up to her Funhouse album of 2008, but the problem with the material so far is that it stills sound like it’s 2008.
It’s pretty average by today's chart standards, and we can’t help but think it might not even crack the Top 20, maybe the Top 40 is indeed a possibility.
It starts off feeling very much like every other single around today with a bit of low cut climbing synths, with a simple vocal laid over the top, but before you know it you’re just into the same sort of faux rock-pop chorus and artificial drum beat that the singer built most of her ‘naughties’ hit’s around.
She is said to have done less drinking in the studio, because of her daughter, but this seems to have done little for her artistic flair as all she offers up for this return is a middle of the road effort.
Listen to 'Blow Me (One Last Kiss)' below
Pink back in 2010, before she took 'time out' from music