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The Chainsmokers’ Drew Taggart Grabs Lead Singer Spotlight On Their New Song ‘Paris’

Their first new song of the year is their first without a featured artist since 2015

The Chainsmokers drew in major assists from other singers on their biggest hits so far, but for their latest, Drew Taggart takes up a little more of the spotlight than usual.

"Paris" is a slow-building electro-pop jam from the duo that might be a riff on that famous line from Casablanca. Like "Closer," the song seems to be about nostalgia for a relationship that looks perfect in retrospect.

The pair do recruit backup vocals from Emily Warren, who co-wrote their smash hit "Don't Let Me Down."

Despite her contribution, "Paris" is still the first Chainsmokers single without a featured artist on the marquee since 2015.