The Knocks – Classic (ft Powers)

The Knocks – Classic (ft Powers)

‘Come to me baby, don’t be shy’

Now that’s an opening right!? The Knocks latest classic Classic is a pure-evil danceable summer tune. We’ve had this on repeat for an hour without getting bored with it. And yes, that might just be the issue that the NY-duo have with music on the internet nowadays.
We call something a hype, play it until it gets boring and then blatantly chuck it away, ready for the next hype.

Since The Knocks not only worked together with my everlasting love Wes Miles from Ra Ra Riot, but also with the superb dudes from X Ambassadors, I can guarantee that The Knocks will not disappear from our radar!

The Knocks asked Vice (who premiered the track) to post a letter explaining why this track is so important to the NY-duo.
You can read it below:

The Knocks - Letter on Vice

The Knocks



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