On Sunday night (January 28), Pink delivered an emotional performance of "Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken" during the 60th annual Grammy Awards, and on Monday afternoon (January 29), she revealed an equally emotional video for the song.

Shot all in black and white, the singer doesn't rely on any bells and whistles for her visuals, ensuring her stunning vocals are center stage. Dressed in a see through white tank top and ripped jeans (much like her talked about Grammys ensemble), Pink stands alone to deliver the song's powerful message of gender equality and strong women. The only cameo we see is of her sweet daughter, Willow, nestled in her mother's arms.

The song is featured on the pop star's latest album, Beautiful Trauma; however, it was originally written for the film, Suffragette. Though the song didn't make it onto the film's soundtrack, Pink explained the meaning behind it in her Apple Music documentary, On the Record: “The movie is about the suffragette movement, which is women’s right to vote," she said. "You have to fight for what’s rightly yours which is rights and respect and love and kindness and compassion and you have to be willing to die for it. These women were.”