Gwen Stefani is moving on. 

Days after debuting her emotional ballad "Used to Love You" at a concert in New York City, the rocker chick dropped an equally as powerful accompanying music video on Tuesday.

The release comes just over two months after Stefani filed for divorce from husband of 13 years and father of her three children, Gavin Rossdale

The 46-year-old remains the primary focus of the entire video, appearing absolutely heartbroken as she sings, "I don't know why I cry/ But I think it's 'cause I remembered for the first time/ Since I hated you/ That I used to love you."

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The blond bombshell comes nearly to tears at the end of the nearly four-minute clip, but it's her ability to hold them back that really reveals Stefani's strong sense of self. 

Fellow The Voice coach Blake Shelton—who recently suffered his own heartbreak after splitting from wife Miranda Lambert in July—tweeted his support for Gwen's new music, writing, "Whatever you're doing stop. This is worth it. Wow. Used to Love You - Single by Gwen Stefani."

The No Doubt front woman revealed onstage at the MasterCard Priceless Surprises concert that "Used to Love You" might also be her new single, an exceptionally strong start ahead of the upcoming release of Stefani's third solo album. 

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