Pink’s ’90 Days’ emotionally raw video shows the struggles of a marriage

Pink’s ‘90 Days‘ music video dropped today, and it is Pink upfront, honest and completely exposed as she sings about the struggles of being in a marriage.

If I’m just somebody that you’re gonna leave
And you don’t feel something when you look at me
You’re holding my heart, mmm, what you say?
Just let me down slowly, I’ll be OK

Pink’s ‘90 Days‘ music video features her husband, professional motorcross racer Carey Hart, with the male vocals of the track superbly provided by singer songwriter Wrabel.

The video begins with Pink sitting in a bath crying as we hear an interview the singer gave on the Ellen show playing in the background. It moves on to the Pink sitting with her husband while he is pre-occupied with something else.

We then see the couple interact in moments that seem happy, until the camera stops on her face as it is hidden from her husband. And then she is nothing but sad.

Of course, filming ‘90 Days‘ in such an emotionally raw way must have taken some courage on Pink’s part.

After all, she is exposing not only herself and her own feelings, but also those of Carey Hart. As, yes, the couple have been married since 2006, but they separated for a while in 2008 and did not reconcile until almost two years later.

Some of the emotions the couple portray in the song then are likely to be from that period of their marriage.

Pink's '90 Days' music video

Pink’s ’90 Days‘ is from her new album Hurts 2B Human.

Released in April, the album charted in a huge number of countries, and made it to the number 1 spot in 10 more, including the U.S., the UK and Australia.

The singer herself is currently on a European tour in support of Hurts 2B Human.

Listen to and watch Pink’s ‘90 Days’ music video below. It is one of the saddest, rawest and most open videos she has released.

You can also hear her new hit album Hurts 2B Human in the Spotify widget below that.

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About Michelle Topham

Brit-American journalist based in Austria, former radio DJ at 97X WOXY, and Founder/CEO of Leo Sigh. I've covered anime, manga, K-drama and music news for over a decade.