Pink protests sexism and racism in U.S. with Irrelevant music video

The superstar dropped the track last week, and wrote on Instagram at the time. In the accompanying music video, which was released on Monday, Pink begins by presenting a black-and-white montage of leaders of the women's rights and civil rights movements. "I think it might rain today/Ash on the ground/Took all the heat we could take/And then burnt it down/Now it's a real parade/We're all welcome now/As long as you feel afraid/That's what's it about.”. Pink goes on to highlight the controversy surrounding the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.

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