The Chainsmokers Complete 'Sick Boy' Album With 'Hope' Featuring Winona Oak: Listen

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The Chainsmokers, "Hope" ft. Winona Oak

The Chainsmokers have completed their Sick Boy project by sharing the colorful lyric video for "Hope" featuring Winona Oak on Friday (Dec. 15).

The video sees the trio laying on the floor covered in colorful flashing lights as Oak's voice floats over the heavy beats and upbeat melody. The Swedish singer is the main focus of the video, dressed in a tan trench coat and red flannel shirt, as the electronic duo slides around the floor also wearing patterned shirts.

The lyrics flash along the screen with close-up shots of Oak as she sings about her desire to be with the one she loves. 

Throughout 2018, the duo released one song per month leading up to "Hope." The rhythmic 10-track "building album" features vocals by Kelsea Ballerini, Emily Warren and more. 

Watch the lyric video for "Hope" below.