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Chainsmokers & Emily Warren’s New “Side Effects” Going For Immediate Pop Radio Airplay

The new Chainsmokers-Emily Warren single will receive immediate airplay at pop radio.

The Chainsmokers & Emily Warren - Side Effects Lyric Video // Columbia

Late Thursday night, The Chainsmokers released new single “Side Effects (featuring Emily Warren)” on all digital platforms.

Columbia concurrently serviced the song to mainstream radio. The track is available for immediate airplay, and the first playlist adds will be reported in conjunction with the July 31 pop radio add board.

“Side Effects” will serve as the follow-up to the duo’s “Everybody Hates Me.”

That song, which reached the Top 40 at pop radio, appeared on The Chainsmokers’ four-song “Sick Boy” EP. The EP also included the title track, “You Owe Me,” and “Somebody (with Drew Love).”

Watch the “Side Effects” lyric video below:

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