The Chainsmokers have just announced another collaboration, this time with the band 5 Seconds of Summer.

The announcement of the new song – which all indicates is going to be called “Who Do You Love?” – was made yesterday on both The Chainsmokers’ and 5 Seconds of Summer‘s Twitter’s official accounts, through videos where both ask the virtual assistant “Alexa” to follow each other mutually on the streaming service Amazon Music.

We’re already used to The Chainsmokers’ partnerships with artists from various music genres. The duo – formed by Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall- has already teamed up with Daya on the famous song “Don’t Let Me Down”, with Halsey in “Closer”, with Coldplay in “Something Just Like This” or with Kelsea Ballerini on “This Feeling”.

5 Seconds of Summer, also known as 5SOS, is an Australian pop rock band, formed by 4 elements. Some of their best known songs are “Young Blood”, “Amnesia” and “Don’t Stop”.

5SOS has also posted a video on Twitter, tagging The Chainsmokers, where you can hear the vocalist Luke Hemmings singing what might be a part of the upcoming song.

The release date for the collaboration has not yet been announced.

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