Following up thier Billboard Dance No. 1* “Roses”, New York duo, The Chainsmokers return with follow up, “Don’t Let Me Down” featuring vocals from 17-year-old talent, Daya.

While the track is a departure from the radio friendly tempo of “Roses”, Daya’s soothing vocals laced over the trap eccentric drop is primed for crossover appeal. “I’m super proud of it,” Drew Taggart told Billboard. “I think it’s one of the best songs I’ve written and produced. I think people are going to be pretty blown away by it and it’s very different than “Roses,” which is nice.” Take a listen below.