EDM DJ duo The Chainsmokers just dropped the official video to their latest big hit ‘Don’t Let Me Down‘ featuring Daya this week, and it’s a strange one.
Strange because it shows the duo taking a lonely drive in the woods only to come across Daya and her scary gang of girls. Girls who act a heckuva lot like modern-day witches and that stop The Chainsmokers’ Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall from driving away by causing their car to do gymnastics.
As for the track ‘Don’t Let Me Down‘, it’s an infectious dance club one with its cool guitar riff and huge synth pop chorus.
No wonder it’s been such a big hit, getting to the number 1 spot on the Billboard Hot Dance/Electronic Songs charts, and in good spots in a slew of other charts worldwide.
The video for ‘Don’t Let Me Down‘ was directed by Marcus Kuhne, and produced at Collaboration Factory. Watch the video below, and pick up the single here. Cool, eh?
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