In “Blow Me,” Pink returns to her classic dance-pop vibe with all the crazy and kickass attitude we loved in such singles as “So What” and “Raise Your Glass.”
Lyrically, the track is essentially a breakup song. But give it to Pink and it becomes a powerful breakup anthem that is almost a celebration in itself.
I think I’ve finally had enough, I think I maybe think too much
I think this might be it for us (blow me one last kiss)
You think I’m just too serious
I think you’re full of shit
My head is spinning so (blow me one last kiss)
And then she goes and reminds us that she is as fine a singer as we need singers to be, all the while spitting out lines that repeat the word “shit” three more times. Most breakup songs wallow in the sadness, but “Blow Me” is cheeky, brave, wild, strong, empowering, and very Pink.
“Blow Me” was co-written by Pink and Greg Kurstin, who also produced the track. Kurstin has also worked with other acts like Sia on her 2010 album We Are Born and Marina and the Diamonds on her latest album Electra Heart. He also produced three tracks on Kelly Clarkson‘s new album Stronger where he produced three tracks including “Dark Side” and a song he co-wrote “What Doesn’t Kill You (Stronger).”
“Blow Me (One Last Kiss)” is now available on iTunes.