The Chainsmokers respond to pro-choice TikTokers with hit song “Paris”

The Chainsmokers have vowed to play their 2017 single “Paris” at every live concert after the song found renewed popularity on TikTok as an anthem for pro-choice activists.

Overturned by US Supreme Court decision Deer vs Wade , many TikTok users expressed their dismay online by using a clip from the song “Paris”. The featured text contains the line “If we go down/Then we go down together”.

Earlier this week, The Chainsmokers posted their own video on TikTok expressing their solidarity with the US pro-choice movement. The electronic duo join a growing number of celebrities to voice their support for abortion rights in America.

In the video, band member Andrew Taggart syncs the lyrics to an original video posted by a tearful TikTok user. “Do you think the Chainsmokers knew their little pop song about ‘Paris’ would be used to fight for reproductive rights?” the user wrote.

Taggart captioned his split-screen video with a direct response, “We didn’t see this coming but are glad something we wrote is being used to support a cause we believe in.”

The Chainsmokers later released a follow-up with a clip from their Atlanta show on June 27. “This song has so much more meaning every time we perform it,” they wrote alongside a video of the duo performing “Paris.”

“If we go down, then we go down together,” the Post continued. “Last night in Atlanta and every night from now on.”

https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/music/news/the-chainsmokers-tiktok-paris-b2113105.html The Chainsmokers respond to pro-choice TikTokers with hit song “Paris”


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