Rag ‘N’ Bone Man has revealed that Pink is going to be collaborating on a song from his upcoming album.
The Human singer, real name Rory Graham, 36, is set to release his second album Life By Misadventure on May 7, which will feature a song with the 41-year-old American songstress.
The duo perform on the track Anywhere Away From Here together, which they planned at last year’s Brit Awards.
Perfect pair: Rag ‘N’ Bone Man, real name Rory Graham, 36, has revealed that Pink is going to be collaborating on a song from his upcoming album
Pink told The Sun: ‘I first encountered Rag’N’Bone Man in Europe in 2017 not long after hearing his song Human.
‘Since then, I knew I wanted to work with him one day. Anywhere Away From Here couldn’t be a better song for us to sing together. I’m so honoured to be a part of this collaboration.’
The father-of-one said it was an ‘honour’ to have Pink on the record, and the pair have recently shot the music video.
Collaboration: The duo perform on the track Anywhere Away From Here together, which they planned at last year’s Brit Awards
He added: ‘This song is an honest reflection of wanting to disappear from uncomfortable situations — about the vulnerabilities that we all face.’
MailOnline has contacted representatives for Rag ‘N’ Bone Man and Pink for further comment.
Last November, the hitmaker and his ex wife Beth Rouy called it quits on their marriage just six months after tying the knot in East Sussex.
The couple share son Reuben, three, and had been together for 10 years before they ended things.
Proud parents: The Giant singer and long-term partner Beth had been together for 10 years and raise son Reuben, three, (pictured) together
Earlier this month, Pink boasted about reconnecting with her loved ones through a shared appreciation for camping as she posted a set of idyllic snaps.
She looked completely at ease as she took in the sights and sounds of the great outdoors with her husband and kids.
Pink — who’s full name is Alecia Beth Moore — cuddled up to her husband of 15-years, Carey Hart, in one snap as they stood by a lake while watching the clouds roll in.
‘One thing this year has given us is a renewed love and gratitude for camping,’ she captioned the series. ‘We love camping. Nature is the cure.’
Pink is mother to two children, daughter Willow Sage, nine, and Jameson Moon, four.
Their quiet time together as a family this last year during the pandemic is certainly rare after she spent the better part of two years on tour for her last album.
Pink’s Beautiful Trauma World Tour was ranked as the 10th highest-grossing tour in Billboard Boxscore’s history after selling three million tickets and grossing $393.7 million.
The tour began on March 1, 2018 in Phoenix, Arizona and ended on Nov. 2, in Austin, Texas with 159 shows across six legs, four continents and 3,088,647 attendees.
Mom and Dad: Pink boasted about reconnecting with her loved ones through a shared appreciation for camping as she posted a set of idyllic snaps to Instagram recently
Source: Daily Mail