Grande has said that the forthcoming music video for her new single is 'inspired by Jane Fonda in 'Barbarella' and 'Star Wars' and space.'
Ariana Grande is only a few days away from releasing "Break Free", her new single that features production from EDM superstar Zedd. Over the weekend, the Nickelodeon star took to Instagram to share a preview of the highly-anticipated song and its accompanying music video.
"This is the part when I break free, cause I can't resist it no more," Grande sings in the snippet. For the video, she's featured wearing white paint designs on her face and dancing around in what looks like a spaceship. "It's inspired by Jane Fonda in 'Barbarella' and 'Star Wars' and space," she told Ryan Seacrest of the visuals in a recent interview for iHeartRadio.
"Break Free" is the second offering from Grande's newly-announced album, "My Everything", that's due out on August 25. It serves as the follow-up to Iggy Azalea-assisted "Problem" which peaked at No. 2 on Billboard 100 and is currently spending another week inside the chart's top 5.
Grande is slated to give the first live performance of her new single during one-day resurrection of MTV's "TRL" on Wednesday, July 2.