Ariana Grande Reveals 3 More Song Titles From ‘Eternal Sunshine’ Tracklist & Alternate Cover

Though her new album is still a month away, Ariana Grande is giving fans a small pocketful of sunshine in advance.


The 30-year-old pop star shared the titles of three new songs on Eternal Sunshine Wednesday (Feb. 7) via Instagram Reels. After previously announcing that the first song on the tracklist is called “Intro (End of the World)” and the fifth is the album’s title track, she’s now added the following to the fray: Track 2, simply titled “Bye”; Track 6, “Supernatural”; and Track 10, “We Can’t Be Friends (Wait for Your Love).”  

Grande also shared the sixth of her seven planned Eternal Sunshine covers, this one being a grid of 12 red-tinted photos of the star. “here to deliver some Eternal Sunshine tracklist tea and album cover six of seven,” she captioned the post. “we wanted to give you a few different options that capture the emotional ups and downs of this album.”

The “Positions” singer also confirmed that each Eternal Sunshine vinyl will include one of two different lyric booklets plus a selection of exclusive photos. Her seventh LP arrives March 8, marking her first proper release since 2020’s Positions.


And while it seems Grande plans to continue unveiling new song titles leading up to Eternal Sunshine‘s release, she won’t be releasing any of them until the album itself is out. “As hard as it is to resist the urge to share another song or single with you all asap, I would really love for you to experience the album in full this time,” she announced on Instagram Stories on Monday (Feb. 5).

“There will of course be more singles off of this project once it is out (and we may have a little surprise or two up our sleeves to hold you over until then so don’t you worry) but waiting a little longer for you to be able to listen fully through first really is my ideal way for you all experience this body of work,” she added at the time.

Fans did already get a taste of the 13-track project in January, when Grande dropped lead single “Yes, And?” The house-inspired dance tune debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, marking the Victorious alum’s eighth time reigning atop the chart. 

See her latest announcement below.

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