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Aussie music icons Peking Duk have joined forces with KFC to put their own spin on the brand's classic burger.
The Peking Cluk Burger will feature KFC's Original Recipe chicken fillets, a cucumber and spring onion slaw and a hoisin glaze sauce.
The fast-food giant said the burger would 'have your tastebuds literally peaking'.
Unfortunately for chicken-loving music aficionados, the burger will only be available at KFC's Feastival at Sydney's Cockatoo Island on Sunday, March 13.
Tickets are still available to the festival, and once you're there, the burgers will be handed out for free.
The line-up also features Baker Boy, Thandi Phoenix and a bunch of local DJs.
The brand said it's the 'collab of the decade', while chief marketing officer, Kristi Woolrych, pointed to KFC's commitment to the local music scene.
"KFC's commitment to the music industry has never been more important, given the pressure the industry has faced in recent years. We're proud and excited to be able to partner with such amazing talent not only on an incredible gig but to be able to cement our music relationship with the launch of the first artist collaboration product in Australia," she said.
The Peking Duk lads - Adam Hyde and Reuben Styles - said it was the perfect partnership.
"We're cluckin' stoked to be teaming up with KFC to pair together two of our favourite things - good tunes and good food," they said.
"As lovers of the friend gold, working with KFC to create our own burger really is the dream, plus we can't wait to play our music for you while you're eating the burger - the perfect score for the perfect meal at Cockatoo Island."
You can find out more about KFC's Feastival and buy tickets here.
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