Pink will premiere the video for her hit single, [article id="1687857"]"Blow Me (One Last Kiss),"[/article] tonight across all MTV screens at 7:50 p.m. EST. The clip, directed by frequent collaborator Dave Meyers ("So What," "F---in' Perfect"), will debut simultaneously on MTV and MTV.com, then go into rotation on MTV Hits and mtvU starting at 8 p.m.
"Blow Me" is the first single from Pink's upcoming sixth studio album, The Truth About Love, which is due out on September 18. The breakup anthem, produced by Kelly Clarkson collaborator Greg Kurstin, is a mix of Clarkson girl-power sass with Pink's signature lyrical edge and I-can-do-just-fine-on-my-own attitude.
"The moment I heard it and it was finished, I thought, 'This is the song at 2 a.m., in New York, dancing, drunk, letting off steam'," [article id="1689860"]she told MTV News[/article] about the driving pop tune. "I could picture all my punk-rock friends dancing and singing along on the dance floor."
"Kiss" has already charted all over the world and is fast becoming the feel-good break-up anthem of the summer, which is just how the singer likes it.
"It's always funny for me with first singles; even my dearest, most loyal fans are always like 'I hate her first single choice.' Always. Because it's really hard for one song to represent a whole Pink album, because a whole Pink album doesn't make sense. The only common thread is my voice," she explained. "You're going to have rock and roll, you're going to have R&B. You're going to have a country ballad and a folk song and a pop, Max Martin, radio-friendly hit. So I think that's kind of the mystery bag, that's what's fun."
Fans who pre-order the album on iTunes or Pink's official store can get an instant download of "Blow Me." They can also check her out on the "Today" show on the day of the album's release and at the iHeart Radio Festival on September 22 in Las Vegas.