The Chainsmokers’ New Song

The Chainsmokers were formed in 2012 when Alex Pall met Andrew “Drew” Taggart and the duo decided to make a go of making music. They spent years practicing and perfecting their synergy and sound before performing their debut show in 2014 as the opening act for Timeflies at Terminal 5. They knew that had something going for them, and began recording and releasing music of their own.

They have released many EPs, a full-length album and many singles. The singles are often released for free to their fans through their official website. These singles are a way for them to keep new music in play all the time, as well as an outlet for sings they love but can’t fit on an album.

The most recent of their singles, “Side Effects”, is a collaboration with singer Emily Warren. Warren is a frequent collaborator and good friend of the Chainsmokers. They call her smart and creative, stressing that they work well with her and always have. They prefer to collaborate with musicians who they get along with personally. By just hanging around with the guest musician, they often conceive of a song on the fly with their collaborator.

With their music, the Chainsmokers like to write about events and feelings they are going through. This personal approach to music is a-typical of the dance/electronic genre, but Pall and Taggart want to push the boundaries on defined musical genres. They integrates other musical styles in their songs as often as they can, such as the upbeat sound of the disco and funk inspired “Side Effects.” Much of their recent music has been slower in tempo and had a darker tone, but with summer here the Chainsmokers decided to make something that “bangs” to release for summer, and “Side Effects” meets the criteria.

The Chainsmokers have gone from being a couple of guys behind turntables to performing with many elements of a traditional band. They are particularly fond of drums during their live show. They also are bringing Emily Warren on tour for a few dates, hoping the exposure will help.

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The Music Career of Alex Pall

People define success in life differently. Some people define it as the accumulation of wealth, while others define it as having the opportunity to do what they love for the rest of their life. Alex Pall of the Chainsmokers is having it all. He is earning from his passion for music.

Alex Pall’s love for music began when he was young. He grew up DJing. He was always passionate about it. He was DJing in New York, and he also had a career. After self-evaluation, he realized that he was spending a lot of time pursuing his hobby. In a big place like New York City, people do not have the liberty to spend time pursuing their hobby; they are supposed to be busy looking for money to pay their bills.

Nevertheless, Alex Pall decided to give his passion a chance. He was still working with the manager he is working with today. After he decided to give his music passion a larger portion of his life, the manager introduced him to Drew. Drew came from Maine, and they got to work immediately.

Pall says that when he saw Drew, he immediately knew that they could hit it off. He explains that they had the same quest. They were both ready to give it what it was it needed to get it right. They also shared their childhood stories, which helped them draw a lot of similarities in their life.

At first, they were only meeting once in a while to know the progress of each other, but after some time, they began meeting every day, from morning to evening. This was to give them enough time to improve on their abilities because the industry was competitive, and they knew they had a lot to do.

All these efforts have come to fruition because the Chainsmokers are now reaching a bigger audience. They just dropped their hit song “Closer” which they collaborated with Halsey, the famous female pop star. This was an exciting experience for the Chainsmokers because they had Halsey as their number one list of the artists they wanted to work with; it was one goal accomplished.

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