The Chainsmokers prime their next crossover hit with ‘Don’t Let Me Down’
Despite rising to fame with their satirical hit “#SELFIE,” The Chainsmokers have found their highest form of artistry in exploring the more eclectic side of electronic music. Their June collaboration “Roses,” for instance, took on an indie, downtempo atmosphere and employed Rozes’ rich vocals, enamoring global audiences and assuming a #1 spot on Billboard as the new year approached.
After their SoundCloud experienced an extended period of time with no activity, the duo have returned with a powerful new follow-up to “Roses” called “Don’t Let Me Down.” Featuring moving verses sung by Daya and electric guitar accents inspired by The XX, the new single stands out from other Chainsmokers productions by venturing into trap. Progressing into three different parts, “Don’t Let Me Down” is another testament to the duo’s abilities beyond their mainstage personas.