October 04, 2013 09:00:34 GMT
The music video of the single, which is only released in Australia, features the footage of Pink's record-breaking The Truth About Love tour.
Pink has dropped the visuals for her new single "Walk of Shame". The 34-year-old singer's The Truth About Love tour has recently broken records in Australia after selling 18 sold out shows in Melbourne's Rod Laver Arena, and the new video is apparently released as a way to thank her fans in the country for their support.
The clip features the live video footage of Pink's Australian shows. It sees the "Just Give Me a Reason" hitmaker performing while also showing off some acrobatic moves. Carey Hart, Pink's husband, also makes a cameo appearance.
Written by Greg Kurstin, "Walk of Shame" is a pop/rock, dance anthem. "Make the elevator come a little faster/ I'm pushing all the buttons/ But nothing's happening/ Please, God, don't let anybody see me/ Please, God, I'll do anything you ask me/ I promise no more walks of shame," she sings.
"Walk of Shame" is the fifth single off "The Truth About Love", Pink's sixth studio album that has hit No. 1 on Billboard 200. The single is only released in Australia.
Pink's "Walk of Shame" music video