It hasn't quite been a full year since the bombing at Manchester Arena following Ariana Grande's gig there left 22 people dead - but now the US pop star has released a song that pays subtle tribute to the victims.

'No Tears Left to Cry' is Grande's first new solo music since the atrocity - her charity cover of 'Somewhere Over the Rainbow' notwithstanding - and is released today.

The video sees a worker bee - the symbol of Manchester, which many people had tattooed following the attack - flies off screen at the video's end.

Rather than being a sad ballad, however, the song is an upbeat pop tune - which you can hear below: