Following last week's news that Iggy Pop and Queens of the Stone Age's Josh Homme had secretly recorded an album together, the duo have gone ahead and released a track from it.
Titled "Break Into Your Heart," the song will be the opening of record Post Pop Depression. You can listen below.
The two joined Zane Lowe on his Radio 1 show Beats where the track was debuted.
Homme told Lowe how he believes the song "...sets a really good tone" for what fans should expect from the album.
"I think on a very base level, if you said 'Okay, we're all making an Iggy Pop record together, we're his band,' you might quickly assume something, and I think that song sort of says, 'No, whatever you thought it was, it's not.'"
Homme also confirmed that - as revealed last week - this track features Arctic Monkeys band member Matt Helders on the drums.
This isn't the first song the pair have premiered - on America's Late Show with Steven Colbert last week, they unveiled another album track, this one entitled "Gardenia."
Post Pop Depression will be released on 18 March.