The live-streamed show will see the duo playing in the unique setting of a National Park with the beauty of the natural world as a backdrop.
Fender recently signed to Polydor and his track ‘Dead Boys’ was named as BBC Radio 1's Annie Mac’s ‘Hottest Record In The World’.
'Close To Me' is the first new music from Ellie Goulding since her 2015 album 'Delirium' which saw her hit single ‘Love Me Like You Do’ viewed over 1.8 billion times.
The new song has been co-produced by Disclosure and is currently Annie Mac’s Hottest Record in the World on BBC Radio 1 in the UK.
The song has already racked up 3 million stream since its release last week.
The new edition comes as a limited-edition character USB, packaged in a custom display box, containing the original album and a host of extras.
The new box includes six discs of the star's greatest studio classical albums plus a new collection of rarities and unreleased outtakes.
Over the next few months, further titles including 'SOVO', 'Birdy', 'Long Walk Home', 'Plays Live' and more will all be made available.
Grammy-nominated quartet Bastille return with a dynamic new single 'Quarter Past Midnight', the first track from their forthcoming third album.
Snow Patrol premiere the video for new song 'Life On Earth', from their forthcoming album 'Wildness', set for release through Polydor on 25 May.
Lorde, Kendrick Lamar and Foo Fighters were three of the biggest winners at the 2018 BRIT Awards ceremony at the 02 Arena in London
A new book about iconic Bristol trip-hop outfit Massive Attack written by French journalist Melissa Chemem is slated for release in April 2018
Sam Smith, Stormzy, Ed Sheeran and Dua Lipa have been announced to appear at the 2018 BRIT Awards which takes place on 21 February
The Joshua Tree, “the album that launched U2 into the stratosphere,” as Mojo described it, gets a major 30th anniversary reissue by Island on 2 June.
Catfish and the Bottlemen, who won the BRIT Award for Best British Breakthrough last month, will release their second album The Ride on Island on 27 May.
Last night's BRIT awards was a global affair, with Justin Bieber, Björk and Tame Impala receiving statues, while The Weeknd, Drake and Rihanna performed.