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Will Robinson
September 24, 2015 AT 09:14 PM EDT

Ed Sheeran and Rudimental are back at it. Their newest joint effort “Lay It All on Me” debuted on BBC Radio 1 on Thursday.

The singer-songwriter and the electronic band last worked together on the somber “Bloodstream,” a single off last year’s ubiquitous x. While “Bloodstream” has more of Sheeran’s DNA, Rudimental put a bigger stamp of its sound on “Lay It All on Me.”

Bad news for Sheeran fans, though: He won’t release a new track for a while after this.

Check out the collaboration below.

“Lay It All on Me” and “Bloodstream” will appear on Rudimental’s second record, We the Generation, out Oct. 2.

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