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The Chainsmokers Set to Release ‘World War Joy’ Album Next Week

The Chainsmokers took the stage at The Forum in Los Angeles for their hometown show and to the crowd’s surprise; brought blink-182 on stage as special guests. The two bands performed their upcoming single ‘P.S. I Hope You’re Happy’, which was the first time blink-182 and The Chainsmokers had performed it live together. The two bands were in the studio back in January, and next week we’ll be able to experience the result.

Posting pictures after the show on Instagram, they casually mentioned that their ‘World War Joy’ album lands on December 6th. In addition to the Blink 182 Collab the album will also contain new songs with Kygo, Amy Shark, and Sabrina Claudio. This is adding to previously released tracks such as ‘Push My Luck‘ as well as their joint efforts with ILLENIUM, Ty Dolla $ign, 5 Seconds of Summer. This year The Chainsmokers have been releasing their songs on an ever growing EP under the title of the album.

The Chainsmokers are without a doubt some of the biggest artists in the world right now and we’ll see that reflected in ‘World War Joy’ – coming December 6th.

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