Ariana Grande won't let us breathe.

The singer surprised fans (again!) this afternoon with the sudden release of the music video for her new Sweetener single, "breathin'."

Directed by Hannah Lux Davis, who Grande worked together with on the videos for "Side to Side," "Into You" and "Focus," among others, the gorgeous clip finds the singer navigating a busy train station, wandering in slow motion as the frantic pace of life around her rushes by.

At one point, she swings from the clouds, while another stunning moment finds her sitting wistfully atop a pile of luggage.

Watch, below:

This isn't the first music video treatment the fan favorite Sweetener track-turned-single has received.

In early October, Grande uploaded a playful joke video for the track starring her and ex-fiancé Pete Davidson's pet pig, Piggy Smalls.

However, it seems like "breathin'," despite the positive fan reaction it's received since Sweetener was released in August, wasn't Grande's first choice for her next single off the album.

Last month, the pop star responded to a fan on Twitter who said they would "much rather have a R.E.M. video than breathing." Grande agreed, writing in a since-deleted tweet, "Me too but the ppl spoke."

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