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The Chainsmokers Preview A Romantic New Song

See Drew Taggart get ~wistful~

After largely dominating the charts this year (cough, “Closer,” cough), it looks like The Chainsmokers are capping off 2016 with a brand-new song.

As Your EDM notes, the DJ duo recently previewed a new track in two Snapchat videos. Drew Taggart — who handled vocal duties on the Halsey-featuring hit “Closer — is behind the mic yet again for the romantic-leaning number. In the video, he mouths along with the lyrics “We were staying in Paris to get away from your parents” and “If we go down, then we go down together / They’ll say you could do anything, they’ll say that I was clever.”

The previews only amount to about 20 seconds of combined audio, but it gives us a pretty good idea of what these guys are plotting next.

Hungry for more? The ’Smokers recently tweeted about premiering their next single at a show on December 30, so you may not have to wait too long.