The black and white clip, directed by Dave Meyers, begins in the form of an old film with P!nk and Sebastian De La Forza sitting in a meadow sharing a romantic afternoon together. The mood drastically changes when Sebastian takes a phone call interupting their moment of bliss and P!nk throws a glass of red wine in his face.
Walking away from the scene, P!nk strips out of her gown and hops onto another man’s motorcycle.
“I won’t miss all of the fighting that we always did,” an introspective P!nk sings while sitting and being painted by her new man.
She then interrupts her portrait session to join a party next door where she finds herself dancing with her ex-boyfriend’s new lover. A moment later he enters with a ring but when P!nk outstretches her hand thinking the proposal is for her he reaches for the other girls. Ouch.
Though defeated, P!nk doesn’t let this get the best of her. She attends their all-white wedding dressed in black and as she sings “You will pay for your sins/You’ll be sorry my dear” a giant red heart floats above. As it breaks open, it showers the wedding party in what looks like blood.
A now happy P!nk dances around in the red mess before joining her newest man: this time an ET-esque bicycle riding man flying in the sky. Though was scorned, Pink rightfully gets her revenge in the end.
In addition to releasing her new music video, P!nk shares an unreleased B-side to her upcoming album. Titled “The King Is Dead But the Queen Is Alive,” the singer channels her inner cheerleader on the song’s chorus.
P!nk’s album, The Truth About Love is due for release September 18.
- Annie Reuter, CBS Local