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The MixtapE! Presents The Chainsmokers, Michael Bublé and More New Music Musts

1/29/2022 6:19:00 AM

The MixtapE! Presents The Chainsmokers, Michael Bublé and More New Music Musts

Featuring new releases from Lauv, Em Beihold, Alex Rose, Adam Doleac and more artists, your playlist for the weekend of Jan. 28–30 has arrived.

The Chainsmokers—"High"They're back! In their first music release in two years, Alex and Drew have launched a new era for the band as they kick off the journey towards their upcoming fourth full-length album. "The song perfectly captures the spirit of today's relationships, the lengths we will go for someone we love, and the lies we tell ourselves to continue on unhappily," the duo said in a statement. "However, underlying these dark and often contentious lyrics is a production that feels celebratory because we all know at the end of the day, we never listen to advice, we do what feels best for ourselves and keep telling ourselves it will be different this time."

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