The duo debuted the track during their headline set yesterday

Jack Ü debuted their anticipated collaboration with Florence and the Machine during their set at Reading Festival last night.

The EDM duo, consisting of Skrillex and Diplo gave the track, which is believed to be called ‘Constellations’, its first airing as they headlined the NME/BBC Radio 1 stage.

Taking to the mic shortly before the song was dropped, Diplo told the crowd: “We’ve never played this before. It’s a brand new record: Jack Ü and Florence and the Machine.”

The set was streamed online, and one fan has now uploaded the song online. You can listen to it below.

As previously reported, a collaboration between the two was touted earlier this year after Diplo uploaded footage to Snapchat which him listening to the track – with Welch singing the line ‘a constellation around your heart.’

A similar snippet was later posted on Skrillex’s snapchat, too.

Meanwhile, Florence and The Machine have recently released new song ‘Wish That You Were Here’, which will feature as the title track for Tim Burton’s new movie, Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children.

Praising her time working with the iconic director, she said: “It’s the kind of dark, dark romance of his work—so beautiful and whimsical, but with an element of darkness to it. That’s something that I always try and achieve in my work, too. I knew we would get along really well working together and we did.”