A music video in support of Pink's new song "Sober" has been released. Starting with a capture of her lying on the bed, the video continues rolling with a scene where she is seen partying with several guys. Another scene shows her in the bathroom, throwing up.
"Sober" is a self-written single taken from Pink's fifth studio album "Funhouse", which has hit the market since late October. It mainly talks about a party hosted at her house, where all the guests were drunk except her.
"Funhouse" sounds range from a slow-jammed tune "I Don't Believe You", pop sounds sampled on "Please Don't Leave Me" to a softer song shown on "Crystal Ball". Stating that the album's tone resulted from some of the turmoil she has felt personally, Pink shared, "Creating songs is my favorite part, but I've had consistent agony and joy in all of the records. I'm always defensive and a survival-oriented person. I think when I'm writing songs it's my chance to be vulnerable."
Pink's "Sober" music video: