Ariana Grande is back with her first single of 2018, and it contains references to the Manchester attack which took place at the pop star’s concert last May.
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“No Tears Left To Cry” was released on Friday, and as noted by the BBC, the music video contains a nod to the solidarity that came after the tragedy. A worker bee — which is the symbol of Manchester — flies off the side of the screen at the end of the video.
The song was co-written by Max Martin, who was also behind Taylor Swift’s “Blank Space” and The Weeknd’s “Can’t Feel My Face.”
Expect this and more in Grande’s much-anticipated fourth album, due for release in 2018.