Ariana Grande's New Album 'Sweetener' Has A Touching Tribute To The Manchester Attack Victims

The last track on the album deals with Ariana's anxiety after the bombing.

Ariana Grande has left a touching tribute to the victims of the Manchester Arena attack on her latest album, ‘Sweetener’.

The last song on the 15-track album, ‘Get Well Soon’, has 40 seconds of silence at the end to bring the run time up to 5:22.

The silence is a deliberate acknowledgement of the Manchester bombing, which took place at her concert on 22 May - aka 5/22- last year.

<strong> Sweetener is Ariana's fourth album</strong>
Sweetener is Ariana's fourth album
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The actual song, created by Ariana’s friend Pharrell Willaims, lasts for four minutes and 42 seconds and focuses on Ariana’s struggles with anxiety after the attack.

She previously said in a tweet about the song: “I felt like I was floating for like 3 months last year and not in a nice way.

“Like I [was] outside my body? Was very scary and I couldn’t breathe well. So it’s about that and lots of voices in my head singing. I hope it comforts people who hear it.”

The attack saw Salman Abedi detonate a suicide bomb, which killed 22 victims and injured 139 people, many of them young teenagers.

Just weeks later, Ariana hosted a benefit concert in Manchester and raised over £10 million for the victims of the attack.

‘One Love Manchester’ featured artists multiple high profile audiences and victims of the attack were given free tickets.