It's finally here! Destiny's Child has unveiled their new song, 'Nuclear,' off their forthcoming compilation album, 'Love Songs.' The release marks the trio's first new track in over eight years.

Produced by Pharrell Williams, and co-written by Michelle Williams, it's a lush, uptempo ballad with a danceable beat (courtesy of a classic hip-hop breakbeat) and DC's soft falsettos. The song's title is the description of the energetic love the singers share with their respective lovers.

Beyonce sets the tone of the song in the first verse as she explains why her relationship with her man is so forceful. "You had your dreams / And I had mine / Eyes wide open we dream together / They wanna know how we keep our s--- together," she sings. "They are wondering / It's just evolution / We're just getting better / When the two becomes one / On a quantum level / It's nuclear."

Elsewhere, Kelly Rowland sings about being complete with her lover, while Williams croons about her powerful connection with her boo.

The song has the potiential to become a big dance hit for Destiny's Child. That shouldn't be surprise considering their hit-making track record. It will also fit perfectly with DC's upcoming Super Bowl XLVII halftime performance on Feb. 3 in New Orleans.

Destiny's Child's greatest hits album 'Love Songs' will arrive in stores Jan. 29. For more information, check out their Tumblr page,

Listen to Destiny's Child's 'Nuclear'

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