The Chainsmokers recently released a new track featuring Halsey. In this new song Alex Pall, one of the members sang. This was different from other tracks where they used vocalists. Chainsmokers are slowly growing and working towards increasing their audience as well as providing their listeners with a personal feel of the band.
The duo has ventured into a new genre of music that mostly involves electronic instrumentals. This genre is slowly becoming a favorite among many music lovers across the world.
The duo was in an interview, and they explained how their music journey has grown since their first release and some of the ways they intend to use to appeal more to their fans. In the entertainment industry, for one to stand out and succeed. It is important for fans to understand you and relate to your message.
Chainsmokers have taken several measures that have proved to be useful in increasing their popularity among music lovers. Alex Pall talked about their recent tour in Europe; the trip helped them attract new listeners as well as gave them a chance to meet with their fans.
The chainsmokers have also written songs that talk about their life experiences, though they do not write, the two seat with a songwriter and explain what the song is intended to pass. The songwriters help to turn their feelings to words. Music is all about words and the Chainsmokers aim at ensuring they use their words to express their feelings.
Formation of the band Chainsmokers.
Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart met in an art gallery. Their manager introduced the two, Andrew and Alex first grew their friendship, and this was an indicator that the relationship would work.
Besides their excellent friendship, another thing that has attributed to their success is their love and passion for music. Alex has always enjoyed music and started djing at a young age, djing was, however, his hobby but he spent a lot of time practicing, and this has helped in producing good music.
Andrew on the other hand, was also a DJ, he enjoyed listening to electronic music, and though his peers in school made fun of his style, he focused on what he loved, and it has turned out to be a worthwhile career.