American pop star Ariana Grande has released No Tears Left to Cry, her comeback single since the terrorist attack that marred the Manchester City stop of her Dangerous Woman Tour in May 2017.
Sporting her signature ponytail but this time in platinum blonde, Ariana took the main stage of Coachella on its second weekend , surprising the crowd especially her fans with her first ever live performance of her new party jam, which is about overcoming personal misery and sure to make partyphiles hit the dance floor.
Watch her work the crowd here:
Ariana also dropped the Dave Myers-directed music video of No Tears Left to Cry, which features optical illusions of her dancing on walls and ceilings, and includes a heartfelt symbolism of her tribute to Manchester City where a suicide bomber killed 22 people during her concert at the Manchester Arena. The video ends with a bee flying towards the camera. The worker bee is one of the most-known symbols of Manchester, adopted as the city’s motif during the Industrial Revolution.