Chemicals Remix Fatboy Slim Track For U.K. Single

'Song for Shelter,' due in March, marks first time electronic-music giants have worked together.

The Chemical Brothers have remixed Fatboy Slim's "Song for Shelter," from his latest album, Halfway Between the Gutter and the Stars, for a U.K. single due in March.

The single, which will be the album's third in the U.K., does not have a U.S. release date. It will appear on the British release of "Star 69," which will be the album's third single in the U.K., although it does not have a U.S. release date.

The Chemicals' "Song for Shelter" mix is joined by a version by X-Press 2, a project of veteran British dance and trip-hop producer Ashley Beedle (also of Black Science Orchestra and the Ballistic Brothers) that also includes members Rocky and Diesel.

Fatboy (born Norman Cook) welcomed his first child, Woody Fred, into the world December 15, and is spending time at his Brighton, England, home with his wife, Zoe Ball, and the baby.

The Chemical Brothers, Ed Simons and Tom Rowlands, released the Music: Response EP in November, and are at work on their fourth album, the follow-up to their 1999 hit LP, Surrender.