SXSW is known for inspiring in-the-moment live collaborations between artists, and this year’s conference was no exception. During a set at Stubb’s on March 19, Swedish indie-poppers Urban Cone teamed up with singer-songwriter Tove Lo for a special performance.

Tove Lo is featured on “Come Back to Me,” a single -- which she also helped co-write -- that will appear on Urban Cone’s upcoming sophomore effort, Polaroid Memories. The Swedish songstress joined the quintet on stage to perform the track, making for an unforgettable moment at this year’s SXSW. Even if you weren’t able to see the show in Austin, you can now check out the performance in the video above.

Urban Cone’s Polaroid Memories will arrive in the U.S. on May 12; you can pre-order it via iTunes. “Come Back to Me” is the forthcoming LP’s second single following “Sadness Disease,” which you can listen to below.

Following SXSW, the Stockholm-hailing five-piece headed back to Europe on tour, but they'll return to the U.S. in June. Check out a full list of dates on their website.

Tove Lo dropped her breakout debut, Queen of the Clouds, last year. She’ll play New York City’s Highline Ballroom tomorrow (March 25) and has more U.S. dates and festival appearances scheduled for mid-May. Find her tour itinerary here.

In the meantime, enjoy Urban Cone's "Sadness Disease" below: