AceShowbiz - Ariana Grande's anticipated new single, "No Tears Left to Cry", will arrive this Friday, April 20. For fans who can't wait until then, the singer recently shared a preview of the song in a clip that she posted on YouTube.
The 30-second teaser shows the title of the track in upside down format as the songstress showcases her heavenly vocals over dreamy melodies. The lyrics of the song can't be heard in the clip, though.
Ariana previously hosted a listening party for the new single this week and it appeared that the event was a pretty emotional moment for fans who have been waiting new music from the songstress. According to The Blast, the new song was so powerful that some attendees were brought to tears.
Even though the track isn't specifically about the 2017 Manchester Arena attack, a fan who was at the listening party told the site that people "openly wept at how she alludes to the bombing and how incredible the song is."
The "Break Free" hitmaker recently unveiled the single's cover art, which sees her rocking platinum blonde hair and facing away from the camera. Furthermore, it has been reported that a music video for the track will be directed by Dave Meyers, the same person who helmed music videos for her John Legend-assisted track "Beauty and the Beast" and Camila Cabello's "Havana".
ʎɐpᴉɹɟ pic.twitter.com/kmdch8ddeA— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) 19 April 2018
It is possible that "No Tears Left to Cry" will serve as the first single off Ariana's upcoming album, which is reportedly complete. According to TMZ, the effort is a "personal masterpiece." The site adds that tracks off the set was produced by Pharrell Williams and Max Martin, with whom she has frequently collaborated. In addition, Ariana is involved in the writing process.
The new album still doesn't have a title nor a release date.