New Calvin Harris track featuring Example unveiled – audio

'We'll Be Coming Back' will receive its proper release in 'a month or so' according to Harris

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The brand new Example - pictured below - featuring Calvin Harris track, 'We'll Be Coming Back', premiered this evening (May 31) on Zane Lowe's BBC Radio 1 show. Scroll down to listen to the song.

Writing on Twitter, Harris thanked those fans who had reacted positively to the track and said the song would receive its official release in 'a month or so'. He wrote:

Last month another new Calvin Harris part-produced track saw the light of day, the Scissor Sisters's 'Only The Horses'.

The Calvin Harris and Jake Shears-produced song was the first single to be taken from the Scissor Sisters' new album, 'Magic Hour', which was released earlier this week.

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