Rounding out an unpresented year of success, The Chainsmokers have released “All We Know” ft. Phoebe Ryan (Oliver Heldens Remix) today – check it out HERE.

“All We Know” in its original form, which TIME said “has all the signature Chainsmokers tics: an easy beat, soft orchestral build, and light, almost tropical electronic touch,” received a broody video treatment last month – check it out HERE. The Gold-certified song is featured on the duo’s latest ‘Collage’ EP, alongside their biggest hit of 2016 – “Closer” ft. Halsey, “Don’t Let Me Down” ft Daya, “Inside Out” ft. Charlee and “Setting Fires” ft. XYLØ. Upon release, ‘Collage’ debuted in the Top 10 on Billboard’s Top 200 Albums chart.

It was announced last week that The Chainsmokers received three Grammy® nominations in the Best New Artist, Best Pop Duo/Group Performance (“Closer” Featuring Halsey) and Best Dance Recording (“Don’t Let Me Down” Featuring Daya) categories. Alex and Drew also recently took home the award for ‘Favorite Artist – EDM’ at the 2016 American Music Awards.

The Chainsmokers proved themselves to be the breakout story of 2016 with over 5 Billion global streams and three multiplatinum singles this year alone – “Closer” ft. Halsey (4x), “Don’t Let Me Down”(3x) and “Roses” (3x). Each track hit the Top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100, with “Closer” holding the #1 spot for 12 weeks, making it the longest running #1 of 2016. The track also matched the record for longest running #1 single at Pop radio with 10 weeks atop the chart.

Fans can catch The Chainsmokers performing at a handful more shows this year, including their biggest show to date on December 30th at Los Angeles Convention Center. For tickets and information, please visit


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