Chainsmokers is a band which is made up of two amazing individuals, that is, Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart. Recently, they finally released their new song called Closer according to an interview conducted by Mathias Rosenzweig. The track Closer features one incredible star called Halsey as well as Andrew Taggart. Andrew is actually singing in the track. Alex and Andrew work so hard to incorporate emotions into a genre that is deemed emotionless. They are both incredible DJs who simply don’t want to be hiding their faces behind the booth all the time. Alex Pall explains how it all started until the two were working together as a duo. Alex was a DJ in New York though not as his main job.
Alex later felt like dance music was more of his thing and when he met Andrew he quit the main job to pursue music. He met Andrew through their current manager who was also working with both of them before they even met. Andrew was also into electronic music which he had been even when he was in college. Once the two met they just got along and started working on different projects. It has taken Alex and Andrew four years to become this huge stars who influence large crowds with their music. Alex explains how they both were ambitious and had so much in common that they instantly knew the future was already set.
Alex and Andrew work extra hard towards becoming better artists while making sure their songs connect with their fans in a deeper way. Alex Pall mentioned how awesome it was to work with Halsey on their track Closer. The song itself was written by Andrew and some of their friends. Chainsmokers are talented and their songs are being listened to at a global level. Alex went ahead and mentioned places like South Africa and Philippines where their song is becoming popular. The songs actually inspire people of different age groups and gender. Alex finished by stating that as the listeners expand the band will have to work even extra harder to promote their music. He talked about bringing live shows which will be exciting for all the fans.