Sunday, October 25, 2015

"New York City Please Go Easy on Me Tonight"

If you're like me, you've been anxiously waiting for The Chainsmokers to release some sort of multi-song EP. The remixes have been awesome and have continued to ramp up expectations for what the talented duo is capable of creating. It seems the wait is over because their five song Bouquet EP finally landed on iTunes this week as they prepare to embark on 40 city US tour.

On the EP you can expect recent favorites Roses, Waterbed, and Until You Were Gone, as well as their mellow new one below. There's a calmness in Olivia Zaro's vocals that resurrected a lot of memories I've created in the city that never sleeps. I know Alex and Drew don't want listeners to get hung up on the fact that the song is about New York City, but the song was nostalgic for me and I've only visited New York a hand full of times. I feel like anyone who visits NYC leaves with a story and while some have better endings than others, they're all memorable. I'm not from New York, but if I was, I've got a feeling that this track would end up being a go-to track for transporting mentally to that feeling of home. Tip of the cap to The Chainsmokers for seemingly working this track to death by producing over 100 versions and finding a way to land on an impactful result...#NewYorkCity

The Chainsmokers - New York City


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