When The Chainsmokers headline a festival, they really go all out. During their hour and a half long set at Lollapalooza on Thursday night, The Chainsmokers performed a variety of their Sick Boy and World War Joy hits, along with their unreleased collaboration with Nolan van Lith. In typical Chainsmokers fashion, the duo traded in many of their original songs for live versions and remixes by Jai Wolf (“Something Just Like This”), T-Mass (“Take Away” and “Somebody”), BKAYE (“Everybody Hates Me”), and neutral. (“Sick Boy”). Alongside Bebe Rexha and guitarist Watt, The Chainsmokers performed a live rendition of “Call You Mine,” which you can watch below courtesy of the official Lollapalooza YouTube channel.
The Chainsmokers – Call You Mine (Live At Lollapalooza) | Stream
The Chainsmokers also brought out Lennon Stella for “Take Away,” Ty Dolla $ign and bülow for “Do You Mean,” Kelsea Ballerini for “This Feeling,” Drew Love of THEY. for “Somebody,” and Daya for their throwback hit “Don’t Let Me Down.” Check out clips of The Chainsmokers’ monumental Lollapalooza set from Bebe Rexha, Daya, Drew Love and Watt below.
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Fucking nuts . That’s all I have to say . Thank you to the boys @thechainsmokers for the opportunity. This song lowkey changed my life. P.S. Got to meet the FRAY my all time favorite band in high school , watched him do “over my head” and then he stayed to watch my whole song and said I crushed it. Almost cried real nigga tears. Unforgettable experience.