Ariana Grande just did a touching gesture for American pop duo Social House, whom she considers her friends. The duo just dropped their new single titled “Haunt You.”

Grande lent her beautiful vocals to the track by serving as its background. The “Breathe” singer accepted the gig because she has a close relationship with the Pennsylvania natives.

Social House also happens to be Grande’s front act on her Sweetener world tour. Not only that — the duo was also the one who produced Grande’s songs “Thank U, Next” and “7 Rings.”

Following the release of “Haunt You,” Charles “Scootie” Anderson explained the meaning of the song. “For me, ‘Haunt You’ is about making the best of the time you have with loved ones regardless of the circumstance because time is something you’ll never get back,” he said.

Michael “Mike” Foster added that “Haunt You” is about appreciating the beauty in the things people love even when they are no longer theirs. The duo’s other songs include “Magic In the Hamptons,” “Higher,” “Don’t Kill My High” and more.

Meanwhile, Grande also made headlines this weekend after she posted a rare photo with her dad on Father’s Day. The snap shows Grande with her dad, Edward Butera, at one of her concerts.

Grande has an estranged relationship with her father. Four years ago, Grande told Seventeen that the toughest thing she has gone through was falling out of touch with her dad. “The thing that got me there was embracing the fact that I am made up of half my dad, and a lot of my traits come from him,” she said.

“So much of me comes from my father, and for so long, I didn’t think that about myself. I had to accept that it’s okay not to get along with somebody and still love them,” Grande added.

Butera was present at Grande’s sold-out concert on June 1. After closing the night, the doting dad also tweeted about the great time he had at his daughter’s show. Grande’s dad also tweeted her and said that he hopes she would get to rest.

Ariana Grande Ariana Grande performs at Billboard Women In Music 2018 on December 6, 2018, in New York City. Mike Coppola/Getty Images for Billboard