Sick Boy is The Chainsmokers' second studio album that was released on December 14, 2018 by Disruptor and Columbia Records.
- This Feeling (featuring Kelsea Ballerini) 3:17
- Beach House 3:26
- Hope (featuring Winona Oak) 3:00
- Somebody (featuring Drew Love) 3:42
- Side Effects (featuring Emily Warren) 2:52
- Sick Boy 3:13
- Everybody Hates Me 3:43
- Siren (featuring Aazar) 2:54
- You Owe Me 3:10
- Save Yourself (featuring NGHTMRE) 3:30
"Sick Boy" peaked at #53 on the Billboard 200 chart.
Upon its release, "Sick Boy" received a heavily mixed reception from music critics.
AllMusic's Neil Z. Young positively said of the album: "Compared to their 2017 official debut, the Chainsmokers' sophomore album, Sick Boy, is more introspective, thoughtful and emotional. It's also a vast improvement on the often precious (and, frankly, boring) EDM-pop of Memories…Do Not Open."
He went on to state that: "At the heart of it all, this set is dark, sometimes exciting, and a step in the right direction for the immensely popular but critically maligned duo. World-weariness and a troubled heart suit them well and managed to do some good on Sick Boy."
In sharp contrast, Laura Snapes of The Guardian gave the album a very negative review, calling it "a torrent of spew-inducing self-pity."