The Knocks are just two weeks away from releasing their debut album 55 and have released another new song from the LP. 55 is packed with major name collaborations and their latest single "Best For Last" tabs "Shut Up And Dance" rockers Walk The Moon to assist.

The new single has a nostalgic 1980's feel to it. The Knocks craft a soothing instrumental with punchy drums, a soft flute and soaring strings that give the track it's nostalgic feel. Walk The Moon frontman Nick Petricca then cooed over the instrumental about saving the best part of a relationship for last.

Speaking to Billboard, Ben "B Roc" Ruttner, one half of The Knocks alongside James "JPatt" Patterson, the producer described how the song came together during a studio session. The beat was originally created back in 2013 and once Walk The Moon got their hands on it, the final product was pretty easy to write.

"We played the instrumental for him in the studio and Nick's eyes lit up and we saw his brain working right away," Ruttner says of the song's lyrics. "We left the room for literally like 15 minutes and when we came back Nick and (fellow Walk the Moon member) Eli Maiman already had a verse ready and we were obsessed with it. It was definitely one of those brain explosion, get out of your chair, chills-down-your-arm moments."

The Knocks are gearing up to release their new album 55 in two weeks. The LP features the likes of Wyclef Jean, Carly Rae Jepson, Matthew Koma, X Ambassadors, Phoebe Ryan, Powers, Cam'ron and others. They have already released singles like "Kiss The Sky" with Jean and "New York City" with Cam'ron.

The Knocks 55 will be released on March 4 through Big Beat Records. Pre-order the LP on iTunes here.