THE CHAINSMOKERS PLAY NEW ORIGINAL MUSIC AT
SUNSET MUSIC FESTIVAL
For the many people who made their way to Sunset Music Festival in Tampa, Florida last week, we salute you. From Hardwell and Galantis closing out the first day’s main stage to a variety of incredible performances fromSeven Lions, Claude VonStroke, Mija, and more, the two-day music festival took some of EDM’s biggest artists and pitted them in the parking lot of Raymond James Stadium (where the Tampa Bay Buccaneers play). But even with incredible sets from Tritonal, Ferry Corsten, and Sam Feldt, it was The Chainsmokers that caught the most eyes with the reveal of new music that they teased towards the end of their performance.
Early into their set, they dropped a song that they have been teasing since their 2014 Ultra Music Festival set called “Make Me,” featuring Jodi Gold. Also known as “I Can Change Who You Are,” The Chainsmokers announced this song as “brand new music” even though die-hard fans know that this song has been making appearances in their sets for the last two years. Check out the song here and keep an eye out to see if this mysterious ID will ever see the light of day.
Towards the end of their set, they began to open up with a small sentiment about opening up Sunset Music Festival three years ago. After mentioning how they were headlining the festival with Jack Ü and giving thanks to their fans, The Chainsmokers caught everyone off-guard by playing a completely new song that, according to them, would get them into “so much trouble.” The song, which you can find played here, is a future bass wonder that continues to follow the trend of recent singles like “Roses” and “Inside Out” put out not too long ago.
Let us know what you think of these two new singles and of the most recent set from The Chainsmokers at Sunset Music Festival! Check out the video of the whole set right here with full tracklisting here!