FATBOY Slim fans had a "lockdown eve" to remember as the DJ paid them a visit...dressed as the Pink Panther.

The Right Here, Right Now hit-maker from Hove took to the streets to deliver his new album, Back To Mine, to loyal supporters on Wednesday night.

A video of his travels shows the musician, whose real name is Norman Cook, touring homes across Brighton and Hove.

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Speaking to a camera, he outlines his plans for the evening, saying: "So, lockdown starts in six hours. We've got an awful lot of CDs to deliver."

He poked fun at delivery services, adding: "If you need a job done well, do it yourself."

Fans' jaws dropped as they opened their doors to see Norman, in his Pink Panther suit, stood in their doorway.

Hove beach, Portslade and Lewes Road are all recognisable in the background of the video as the DJ left no stone unturned in his quest to get his new album out to listeners.

He chatted with fans and was happy to sign both albums and, in one case, an arm cast on his rounds.

Today is the official release date of Fatboy Slim's new album, Back To Mine, which he describes as "a personal collection for hours of grooving".

On his website, he states: "On the eve of lockdown two, I took to the streets of Brighton, in a Pink Panther suit of course, to personally deliver the album to some of you that ordered it early.

"Over the years there’s been so much action back at mine… friends, lovers and lunatics would congregate after the clubs had closed to laugh, swap ideas and tunes and generally put the world to rights.

"This is a collection from the soundtrack of those sessions, including a track by Yum Yum Head Food (a previously unreleased moniker of mine) and a new collaboration with Roland Clark."