The new track is slated to arrive on this Wednesday, 13 November 13 at 4:00pm Pacific Time globally.
The new film was shot at The Oculus in New York by director Joel Pront.
In less than two weeks from its release, Ariana Grande’s new album Sweetener has already claimed the coveted top spot on the Billboard 200.
Australian pop sensation Sia has joined 60s pop icon turned avant garde musician Scott Walker to score the upcoming film Vox Lux, starring Natalie Portman and Jude Law.
The 'Queen' star's tour will now launch in February 2019 with a previously announced run of UK and European shows.
The new disc is available now through Island/Republic Records.
During the show, Grande and Corden harmonized on the singer’s hits ‘Dangerous Woman,’ ‘God Is a Woman’ and ‘No Tears Left to Cry.’
‘Sorry’ is patterned after Shelly Thunder’s reggae song ‘Sorry,’ itself an interpolation of Chapman’s ‘Baby Can I Hold You.’
The singer's new album 'Sweetener' is released by Republic Records on 17 August.
The event will also feature a performance from Jennifer Lopez, who is set to receive the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award.
For those who can’t make it to Chicago, Lollapalooza will be live streaming performances on three separate channels via Red Bull TV.
Alessia Cara, Ed Sheeran, DJ Marshmello and Halsey also received three or more nods.
The singer’s new album ‘Sweetener’ is also set for release on 17 August through Republic Records.
The former reality star and pop-rock songstress Ashlee Simpson ruled the mid-aughts charts, but now the singer is primed to make a comeback.
Jennifer Hudson, James Corden and Sir Ian McKellen are also set to star in the new film.
The new song is the second track taken from Grande's much-anticipated new album 'Sweetener'.