Ariana Grande’s head is in the clouds on “Breathin”

    The ‘Sweetener’ cut gets another—this time official—video treatment.

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    There’s no stopping Ariana Grande this week. Her latest track, the kiss-off anthem “Thank U, Next,” is absolutely smashing charts across the world. But she hasn’t forgotten about her most recent album, Sweetener: She’s just released the official video for album highlight “Breathin.”

    If you recall, Ari actually posted a video for “Breathin” last month, starring her “emotional support pig” Piggy Smalls. This new clip, directed by Hannah Lux Davis, is the official visual, and it too deals with the pop star’s struggles with anxiety and panic attacks.

    It starts off with Grande sitting in a sprawling train station (think Grand Central in New York). Crowds of people rush past her, moving faster than our leading lady. It’s definitely not your average rush hour. Eventually, she escapes the bedlam, moving up above the clouds, where there’s plenty of calm and quiet.

    This “Breathin” video is another stunning visual from the Sweetener era, and another win for a superstar who just keeps on winning.