Pink releases new song Irrelevant, inspired by the turnaround of Roe v Wade

Pink released its first issue of the year, and it’s a pumped-up protest song responding to the overthrow of Roe v Wade.

Post on Instagram this week, the singer teased her fans with a video of her singing the song, which she apparently scribbled on a piece of paper and then jumped into the studio to record.

The fun house singer, 42, also shared a photo of a piece of paper, which revealed some of the song’s secret lyrics, titled “Irrelevant.”

Watch Pink’s video above.

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Pink drew on her outrage at Roe v Wade’s turnaround to create her new song. (Getty)

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“I think it could rain today. Ash on the ground. We ate all the heat we could absorb.

She captioned the post: “Wake up. Got heated. Wrote a song. Shortly.”

In another photo, Pink shared the other side of the napkin, where she had written the title of her song in capital letters: “IRRELEVANT.”

The title is said to be in response to social media trolls attacking the star after she shared her anger at the news of Roe v Wade.

Following the US Supreme Court decision in June, Pink was one of several celebrities who shared her outrage online.

“Let’s be clear: If you believe that government belongs in a woman’s womb, in a gay man’s business or marriage, or that racism is okay – NEVER LISTEN TO MY MUSIC IN THE NAME OF YOUR LORD. AND ALSO F— RIGHT OUT. Are we okay?” she tweeted.

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She also shared a specific message for her trolls.

“And to all of you sad old white men who ask me if I’m still making music. I realize you’re out of touch – so ask your kids… Oh wait – you can’t. They hate you.”

In her video recording where she shared a teaser of the song, Pink, who appeared in black and white, recorded herself singing the chorus.

“You can call me irrelevant, insignificant, you can try to make me small,” before adding a playful “da-da-da-da-da” she can be heard singing.

She captioned the post: “Irrelevant #shutupandsing #challenge accepted

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