In her last few released songs, Pink has been going all in as an artist mom with hard-earned wisdom to share. She takes that vibe up a notch in the documentary of her pre-pandemic concert tour “All I Know So Far.”
Pink suggests putting headphones on for a simulated 360 Reality Audio experience, so smoke ’em if you got ’em!
Decider aptly summed up the doc, now available on Amazon Prime:
We’re all still processing the whole not having any live shows to speak of for nigh on two years thing, so the gusto with which Pink rips into some of her most durable catalog hits during the concert footage featured in All I Know So Far is particularly gripping from a post-Pandemic point of view. At Wembley, “Just Like a Pill” becomes a singalong for 100,000 souls, entwined with the empowerment that’s central to so much of Pink’s material. This effect is made even more powerful by the periodic cutaways to people beaming with big fan energy and rocking all manner of DIY Pink shirts and denim back patches. It’s celebratory, it’s confessional, it’s convivial. With the right artist on stage, gigantic concerts can be exactly that, and throughout All I Know, Pink brings the heat.
The live stuff operates at a high level here, but it’s that message of empowerment and inclusion that Pink seems to want to emphasize. After a sequence where she reads fun tweets from fans while prepping in the makeup chair, the doc cuts to a quieter moment back at the hotel, and stays with the singer as she reads a touching letter from a fan in its entirety.
Here’s the trailer:
Sounds as if this could be a good way to get back into the mindset of attending live concerts, especially with your headphones.
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