Katy Perry and Zedd are reportedly teaming up on a new track.

The pair registered a collaboration, tentatively titled "365," according to a tweet from PopCrave. The song has been registered with Universal Music Publishing Group.

Perry, 34, and Zedd were said to be working on music together in August, NME reported. The producer claimed, however, that the song may never get released. He told Australian readio personality Smallzy he'd been hoping to work with Perry one day, but that he wasn't sure the song would ever come to be.

"I'm always relatively open about the fact that I make a lot of music with people," he said at the time. "It doesn't always come out, but we've been working. I always wanted to release a song with her, so if we all get lucky, they maybe we'll finish the song and it will come out."

No further information about the song is available at this time. Neither Perry nor Zedd has addressed the rumors. Nevertheless, fans are excited.

"The queen is coming," one fan wrote, along with three fire emojis.

Another said, "We will be supporting."

"please destroy us," a third fan wrote.

No word yet on when the song will be available. Keep an eye on Perry and Zedd's social media accounts for more information.