Last night, indie pop hitmaker Wrabel left an impression on Amsterdam’s Johan Cruijff Arena with a surprise appearance on P!nk’sBeautiful Trauma World Tour. The pair performed their collaboration “90 Days” to an astonished crowd, the first of many performances the L.A.-based singer-songwriter will be a part of throughout the summer. Wrabel will continue on with P!nk to perform the song on a sprawling 25-date tour across Europe that also will run in conjunction with a handful of his own solo shows.

“Getting to tour with P!nk is truly unbelievable,” says Wrabel. “It’s so rare in life to experience very literal dreams coming true. This is just that for me. I feel so honored to share a song and stage with such a brilliant and kind real life legend.”

“90 Days”, co-written and recorded with P!nk for her new Billboard 200 chart-topping album ‘Hurts 2B Human’, is an anthem to the heartbroken using the metaphor of how long it takes to cleanse the body of an addiction. The piano-driven ballad sees the duo combine P!nk‘s emotive and rock-driven alto with Wrabel‘s more gentle falsetto in a stripped-down, intimate reflection of healing from love lost. Entertainment Weekly called the collab “one of the most stunning songs [P!nk has] ever recorded.

Wrabel is one of pop’s rising stars, and is a songwriting hitmaker, penning songs for and with the likes of Kesha  (“Woman,” “Here Comes the Change”), Afrojack (“Ten Feet Tall”), and The Backstreet Boys (“Don’t Go Breaking My Heart”). As a solo performer he is best known for his hit song “11 Blocks,” and “The Village,” written in reaction to the news that federal protection for trans students was taken away in public schools. He is a 2018 GLAAD Media Awards nominee, and was named to Out Magazine’s Out100 in 2017.