Earlier today, the official Twitter account for the BRIT Awards published a picture of New Zealander Lorde donning the iconic Disclosure sketch mask, which has caused waves of discussion about a potential collaboration at this years award ceremony. It seems even more likely after the rework of 'F For You' featuring Mary J Blige clocked up over a million YouTube views in just a matter of days!

It's undeniable that a collaboration between the two rising-artists would be pretty flawless. Both their debut albums, Pure Heroine' by Lorde and Settle by Disclosure have featured on many 'Best Albums of the Year' lists and everything they touch seems to become Grammy-worthy (as proven by Lorde's double win and Disclosure's nomination).

Here, we take a look at other dreamy Disclosure collaborations that could set your music-scenes tingling:

Disclosure x Florence Welch

In the same way that the sultry vocals of Jessie Ware perfectly complimented the snappy synths and bouncy beats by Disclosure, I think the flame-haired singer could create something amazing with the brothers. Florence's voice is so distinctive and powerful and just really beautiful that it would be interesting to see it alongside something electronic and artificial rather than the comfort of her harps and xylophones.

Disclosure x Chance The Rapper

It would just be a massive fucked up club track with sort of camp upbeat vocals and fast droning electro shit with like sirens going off and some tribal drum beats in parts and in my head it's the perfect soundtrack to a night in some trashy club where you drink £1 watered down vodka shots and stuff. Like, it's the song where everyone goes crazy and fucks shit up.

Disclosure x Azealia Banks

Reports came out last year that Disclosure had been making sweet beats for the Harlem-rappers debut album Broke With Expensive Taste, but unsurprisingly the excitement of what could be an incredible collaboration turned into turmoil as Banks decide to denounce the electronic-duo and say that their creation wasn't "really that good". Despite the collaboration seeming less likely than ever, it's undeniable that the 212 singers foul-mouthed tones would be perfect over the top of Disclosure's near-perfect production.

Disclosure x Drake x Sampha

Drake and Sampha have already created a musical love child in the form of 'Too Much' from Drake's latest offering Nothing Was The Same. Sampha has already proved his capability to assist on electro beats after his many collaborations with SBTRKT and Drake's bars seem to fit with pretty much anything so this collaboration could be the one to end all other collabs (Erm Beyoncé and Gaga who?)

All of these are totally valid suggestions which would ultimately be musically magnificent and magical but for now, let's not just look forward to and eagerly anticipate what (we hope) Disclosure and Lorde have to offer at this years Brit Awards on Wednesday 19th February.