Ariana Grande has released, "No Tears Left To Cry," which dropped Friday (April 20) at midnight, seems to be a hit with fans.
The track, Grande's first since a terrorist killed more than 20 of her fans at her Manchester, England concert about a year ago, starts slowly and gently before picking up speed to officially compete in the race for summer jam.
"Right now, I'm in a state of mind / I wanna be in, like, all the time / Ain't got no tears left to cry / So I'm pickin' it up, pickin' it up," she sings across a composite of gentle crooning and more urgent, pitch-perfect wailing.
The video, which dropped around the same time, finishes with imagery of a worker bee, the is the symbol of Manchester.
In May 2017, a man detonated a bomb at the end of Grande's show in Manchester, England, killing 22 concert-goers and injuring dozens more. The attack left Grande devastated, but eventually, she put her pain into action, and even instituted a Manchester Memorial concert to raise money for the victims, survivors and their families.