The Chainsmokers Releasing New Track 'Paris'

01-13-2017
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The Chainsmokers

(Radio.com) Following a banner 2016, the Chainsmokers have more new music on deck for 2017. The DJ duo are set to release their new single "Paris" on today and shared a 20-second snippet which contained some lyrics.

"We were stayin' in Paris/ to get away from your parents," sings Drew Taggart on vocals, "And I thought 'wow,' If I could take this in a shot right now, I don't think that we could work this out."

Altogether the track reminds us of the Chainsmokers' 2016 collaboration with Halsey, "Closer." They previewed "Paris" during a set in December and some listeners thought they heard Selena Gomez on the track--a rumor that will be confirmed or refuted very soon. Listen to the preview here.

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