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Ariana Grande Unveils Full Tracklist for Album "Eternal Sunshine"


Wed 28 Feb 2024 | 12:38 PM
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After weeks of sharing a couple of song titles at a time, Ariana Grande has shared the full tracklist to her seventh album, "Eternal Sunshine".

The Wicked star took to Instagram to unveil the titles of all 13 of the songs on her forthcoming studio album via an Instagram video Tuesday, uncovering track 4 is called, “Saturn Returns Interlude”; track 8, “The Boy Is Mine”; track 12, “Imperfect for You”; and track 13, “Ordinary Things” feat. Nonna. 

The video features the album's tracklist handwritten on a piece of paper, with what appears to be lyrics from the LP jotted around the border. 

The 30-year-old pop star has only released one song ahead of "Eternal Sunshine" — “Yes, And?” which debuted in January — and confirmed that she will not release another single until the album is out in full on March 8.

In a recent interview on The Zach Sang Show, the Victorious alum opened up on the creation of her upcoming album and admitted she was very emotional writing the break-up record.

The singer split from her husband Dalton Gomez last year, after two years of marriage, with their divorce settled in October. She soon moved on to a controversial relationship with her current partner and Wicked co-star Ethan Slater.

Grande disclosed that she created the album from her heartbreak over her divorce and that it sped up her return to the studio.

 Dalton Gomez and Ariana Grande

The Grammy winner shared she cried writing it and said it would chronicle her hardest moments of loss and grief, but affirmed that it was not a revenge record.

"I wrote some of when I was very emotional. And then there are bops that are more fun. Actually, even some of the bops I cried writing, Ariana explained. "I wanted to make sure that it was what I intended, which, even at my most heartbroken or pained moments of the past few years, there was so much kindness, there was so much love, there was so much honesty, transparency and respect,".

"So even at the hardest moments of the loss and the grief that you hear on some of the album, there was so much love and transparency," she added.

Grande noted: "It wasn’t like a ‘F**k you’ at all, ever. Even, like, track two (Bye), I tried to make sure it was kind and giving credit for trying and for the goodness that there was. That was a tricky balance for me because I definitely had some sessions where I was writing more emotionally and reactively, but that’s also very human, so I didn’t want to erase all of it,".

The star’s latest album rollout follows her yearslong break from music, having spent the time since "Positions" focusing on her R.E.M. Beauty business and her role in the upcoming live-action adaptations of the Broadway musical Wicked.

In the past three years, her pop star endeavors have only spanned guesting on other artists’ songs such as “Die for You” with The Weeknd and “Met Him Last Night” with Demi Lovato, and releasing a 10th-anniversary edition of her debut albums, "Yours Truly".