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Chainsmokers, Poems Of Virtue

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The Chainsmokers undoubtedly tout themselves as above average musicians who allure the fans whom come into contact with their sound waves of interesting and audible electro pop masterpieces. They have delved into massive amounts of work to achieve what it is that they set out to achieve, but it did not just happen over night, nor did it just fall into their laps. Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart both came from humble beginnings in their venture out into the lands of I Heart Radio and massive tours full of serious and musically clever indie fans. The pair did not even initially meet from the beginning of the Chainsmokers as a whole band. The identity and self preservation of the duet happened after an initial band member decided The Chainsmokers was not for him, and consequently the new band member was replaced by Andrew Taggart who hailed from Maine. They fit just right in the whole scheme of things and produced a lot of really talented and curiously beckoning electronic music to the world like Selfie, Roses, and Closer. As time revealed itself though Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart released a track which directed itself contrary to the patterns of music streaming out from the hearts and souls of The Chainsmokers. This diversified song set took another turn in their single track Sick Boy which apparently was experienced as darker, more honest, and radically transparent compared to the other work they put out in to the open boundaries of the music industry. The song itself stemmed from a deep and unwavering place of frustration, anger, and grief over the state of social dynamics and how they negatively affected the people who misplaced the importance of getting likes on platforms such as Facebook and Twitter. Yet even though the song has tremendous amounts of direct communication concerning the mental effects of using the social media sites to the extent the social media actually starts begining to use people, fans and newly acquainted listeners are drawn in and even inspired by the poetic and lyrical boldness which was casted out into the otherwise unsuspecting world by Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall of The Chainsmokers.

The Growth and Dark Passion of The Chainsmokers

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The Chainsmokers is the name of a duo band that focuses on a huge range of different music genres that appeal to the younger generations. The band is known for their upbeat song; Closer (featuring Halsey) and Something Like This with Coldplay. This duo touches different genres to reach a wide audience and they are fearless when it comes to trying new things. As their popularity grew, the pressure was on, especially in one of the most recent articles written on Forbes. An interview between one of the duos with Hugh McIntyre talks about The Chainsmokers’ newest album titled, ‘Sick Boy’. A singles album.


It appeared to be that the duo had a huge break between new music albums and after a while, they finally came back with something new for their audience. ‘Sick Boy’ happened to be a way of saying that, as Drew Taggart had said, that it was a way of starting anew. As in new territory, a new theme to keep listeners on their toes and wanting more. But the new single happened to come off as darker than their other works. Drew explains it quite well that it took plenty of negative emotions and passion to get to where they are today. It took a great amount of work and strength to reach that end of the tunnel, as it were. No doubt, that work had paid off. (See: Chainsmokers on Beatport: The Chainsmokers)


The Chainsmokers made their debut in 2012, beginning on a shaky note before the duo ultimately began to grow through the years to come. They went through a lot of change in their budding career. So indeed, it took some muscle to get their spot now, with an ever-growing audience and admirers that they so deserved. Every musical band has their starts and change is always good in the long run. It inspires others to follow that path, therefore more music will come. Visit This Page for more information.