Ariana Grande has released her first new track since the Manchester Arena attack, which claimed the lives of 22 concertgoers.

No Tears Left To Cry was teased by the 24-year-old through her social media channels this week and dropped at midnight on Friday in New York.

At the end of the video a bee can be seen flying off screen - an allusion to the worker bee symbol of Manchester.

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.

The singer interrupted her tour after the bombing, returning for the One Love Manchester benefit concert.

A 30-second teaser clip was watched more than a million times on Twitter before she announced the new track with a tweet saying "No tears left to cry out now" written upside down.