Following their viral 2014 hit “#selfie,” the NY-based producer duo, The Chainsmokers, return with another new tune to add to their arsenal. The tag team of Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart exploded onto the scene with a string of highly successful remixes of indie dance tracks. Their latest output, “Good Intentions,” featuring BullySongs, is a departure from their party-centric, electro house sound in “#selfie,” rather, the track is imbued with a feel-good, indie dance feel.

“Good Intentions” is a rock-inspired track that is carried by BullySongs’ pop vocals as The Chainsmokers weave together uplifting synth stabs with an infectious melody. The bouncy bassline lays the foundation for the tune and with its catchy, sing-a-long personality, there’s no denying that this track will dominate festival season. “Good Intentions” is their first release after fulfilling a three track deal with Dim Mak, and is being released on Disruptor Records.

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