Calvin Harris and John Newman's new track Ole has been released - and it has already sparked a good deal of discussion on social media as fans suggest it may have been sparked by Taylor Swift.
-- Island Records (@islandrecordsuk) July 8, 2016
Pop superstar Taylor and the Scottish DJ, whose real name is Adam Richard Wiles, split up a few weeks ago after 15 months of dating.
She has since been photographed kissing and cuddling British actor Tom Hiddleston in various countries, including America, Australia and Italy.
Calvin's song Ole is about a broken relationship and it has already been branded a "revenge track" by some.
LISTEN: Calvin Harris and John Newman have released their brand new song Ole! Could this song be about Taylor Swift?https://t.co/CgW6JlMdcM
-- Spin or Bin Music (@spinorbinmusic) July 8, 2016
The lyrics - which the Scot wrote - include lines such as: "My heart speaks. I ain't seen you or been with you for weeks. But I see online that you've begun to be a good girl and take trips with your boyfriend."
Some have speculated that a reference to being "low key" is a pointed aside to Loki, the Marvel Comics character Tom has played in a couple of movies.
"Low key, you won't tell none of your friends about me," is the line in question.
Calvin and John previously teamed up on the song Blame, which was released as a single in 2014. But it's all about Ole, and on social media people are continuing to have their say about the song and its possible meaning.
Ole - the break-up song we came to hear
"Low key you won't tell none of your friends about me."
Well played @CalvinHarris ?
-- Yema Watson (@jewlsinthesea) July 8, 2016
-- jennifer ponder (@ponder76) July 8, 2016
Go @CalvinHarris, slay with class n style!! Olé is gr8!
-- alex sacha sibal (@alexachordal) July 8, 2016
Actually can't get enough of @CalvinHarris' Ole ft. John Newman. Heard it for the first time at 10am, already know 90% of the words
-- Emma Kirwan (@k_emzik) July 8, 2016
-- Stephanie Sharlow (@StephSharlow) July 8, 2016
Fridays are for listening to the new Calvin Harris/John Newman song. Olé on repeat. ??
-- Rebekah Call (@Rebekah_Call) July 8, 2016
-- Rosie (@rosangela_flora) July 8, 2016