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Listen to The Chainsmokers' New Single, 'Don't Let Me Down' Feat. Daya

Frank Apollonio
The Chainsmokers

"Roses" duo refuse to rest on their laurels.

After convincingly laying the specter of "#SELFIE" to rest with their first Hot 100 Top 10 charting single, "Roses," The Chainsmokers are already focused on their next hit's horizon.

While the New York duo has released a slew of songs since "Roses" dropped in June 2015, Drew Taggart tells Billboard that he believes "Don't Let Me Down" will be seen as the follow-up to the Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart-topper.

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"I'm super proud of it," says Taggart. "I think it's one of the best songs I've written and produced. I think people are going to be pretty blown away by it and it's very different than 'Roses,' which is nice."

Featuring cooing vocals from "Hide Away" singer Daya, "Don't Let Me Down" is a radio-ready piece of pop songcraft whose pulsing synth-driven drop and unconventional finale should resonate on dancefloors and headphones alike. 

Take a listen below:


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