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Ariana Grande has released No Tears Left To Cry, her first new track since the Manchester Arena bombing last May.
Grande, 24, had teased the track on her social media feeds on Thursday with a cryptic message saying "tonight" and a 30-second video clip.
At midnight New York time - 5am BST - Grande posted a link to her track on YouTube, Apple Music and Vevo.
It comes just under 11 months after Grande's concert in Manchester was targeted by suicide bomber Salman Abedi, who detonated a home-made device in the foyer of the arena.
At the end of the video, directed by Dave Meyers, a bee can be seen flying off screen - an allusion to the worker bee symbol of Manchester.
The former Nickelodeon star interrupted her Dangerous Woman tour after the bombing, returning for the One Love Manchester benefit concert. Before Tuesday Grande had not posted since January 1 and she told her followers "miss you".
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