In support of their current single, The Chainsmokers have unveiled a brand new lyric visual for “Don’t Let Me Down” ft. Daya – check it out HERE. The video, directed by Rory Kramer (Justin Bieber, AVICII, Martin Garrix and more), follows the tumultuous fall-out of a relationship and features Rory himself, who also directed The Chainsmokers’ “Roses” tour video. The track, which is climbing its way up the Pop chart at radio, is currently Top 25 on the overall iTunes US chart while the pseudo video has accumulated 12.5M views. On Spotify, the song has already surpassed 40M worldwide streams and is currently in the Top 15 on the US Top Tracks chart.
On Saturday, the guys performed to a massive crowd of 25,000 people at Miami’s Ultra Music Festival. Check out footage from their set HERE. Prior to Ultra, the guys hit SXSW in Austin for a headlining performance at The MTV Woodies, performing both “Roses” ft. Rozes, “Don’t Let Me Down” and more.
The Chainsmokers are set to make their Coachella debut next month.