Robbie Williams and Gary Barlow have celebrated their reunion with a new duet, proving that their feud is well and truly over.
Shame premiered live on the Chris Moyles breakfast show at BBC Radio 1 on Thursday morning. It is the first time the two have recorded a track together, since Williams split from the band fifteen years ago.
The video, which was shot in the Santa Monica mountains in Malibu, focuses on Robbie and Gary's relationship, particularly describing Robbie's feeling when he left the band in 1995.
In their first joined interview since the break-up, Robbie and Gary told Moyles how pleased they are to be back together.
Williams said: "I'm really really happy. I've been so excited for ages, knowing what's about to kick off. Knowing what's happening with the lads and what's happening with me and Gaz."
Barlow added: "We got off to a great start. And we're enjoying working together so much, we do it over the Internet. We do it whenever we can."
Robbie, Gary and the rest of the band first got back together more than 18 months ago, when they all met at William's home in Los Angeles.
The group has since reformed and in July even went to record songs for a new album, which is going to be released later this year.
Shame will appear alongside some of Robbie's other tracks on his Greatest Hits album.