Ariana Grande Premieres Music Video for New Single 'No Tears Left to Cry' - Watch!
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The Dave Meyers-directed music video features the singer belting out the track at multiple locations, including a rooftop.

AceShowbiz - Ariana Grande fans, the wait is finally over! After teasing it on social media earlier this week, the songstress has finally unveiled her anticipated new single "No Tears Left to Cry" along with its music video.

The music video was directed by Dave Meyers, who also directed visuals for her John Legend-assisted track "Beauty and the Beast" and Camila Cabello's "Havana". The clip features Ariana donning different outfits while belting out the track at multiple locations. One scene finds her ditching her iconic high ponytail as she walks around a rooftop while holding an umbrella.

"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. "Oh, I just want you to come with me/ We're on another mentality/ Ain't got no tears left to cry."

The visuals ends with Ariana throwing a frisbee to her dog as she watches the sunset at a river bank.

Fans are obviously loving both visuals and the single, with many praising her heavenly vocals. "Once I reached the end of the video, my neck was already broken," one fan writes in the comment section. Another says that s/he offers "a reward for anyone who can tell me the whereabouts of my wig. It was last seen flying off my head into the stratsophere."

"No Tears Left to Cry" may serve as the first single off her upcoming album, which reportedly will feature collaborations with Pharrell Williams, Max Martin and Savan Kotecha. Pharrell appeared to confirm the rumors when he previously stated in an interview that Ariana's next album "is amazing."

The new album will be a follow-up to her 2016 album "Dangerous Woman" and mark her first album since the bombing that took the lives of 22 fans during her concert in Manchester last year.

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