Pink is set to remind fans of her biggest tracks in her decade-long career on her forthcoming greatest-hits album, the aptly titled Greatest Hits ... So Far!!!, due out November 16. And because she's not one to rest on her very acrobatic laurels, she will include two new tracks on the album too.
The album's lead single will be the Max Martin-produced, Pink-co-written track "Raise Your Glass." The song, which her label describes as "rousing" and "celebratory," hits radio on Tuesday (October 5) at 6 p.m. and will be available for purchase on October 18.
"GUESS WHATTT!!! I have a surprise for you tomorrow at 6pm EST. But you have to go to http://www.pinkspage.com to find out what it is...," the singer tweeted on Monday. And on Saturday, she teased the single's release, writing, "Allllrrriiiiigggghhhhhhtttttttt!!!!!!!! My new song comes out to radio next week, and it is called....... Drum roll please ... 'Raise Your Glass' !!!!! I sure hope you like it. I like it enough for all of us. It's for all my underdogs."
In addition to the two new tracks, the album will include radio favorites like "Get the Party Started, "There You Go," "Don't Let Me Get Me," "Just Like a Pill," "Family Portrait," "Trouble," "Stupid Girls," "Who Knew," "U + Ur Hand" and "Dear Mr. President," as well as newer Pink tracks "So What," "Sober," "Please Don't Leave Me" and "Glitter in the Air."
The deluxe version of the album, which will also be available the day the album comes out, will also include two additional songs: "Funhouse" and "I Don't Believe You," both off her smash 2008 release, Funhouse.