Alex Pall is a founding member of The Chainsmokers. Along with Andrew Taggart, who joined him in 2014, they make incredible pop music. Even though the group is only 4 years old, they have already released near countless hit records. They have released “Roses,” “Paris,” “Don’t Let Me Down,” and many more.
One of their most recent songs is “Closer.” It features the singer Halsey and also has additional vocals from Halsey.
After the release of “Closer,” The Chainsmokers conducted an interview, discussing the song, their future, and their origins.
“I was in college right before I met Alex,” said Andrew Taggart. When Taggart was told that a DJ from New York needed a new production partner, Taggart got on a bus and left Maine for New York.
As soon as they met the duo knew that they would work well together. They discussed the current music scene, their own interests, and how to craft their own sound. This resulted in efficient work and a unique sound that they could call their own.
As previously mentioned, Halsey also came up during the interview. Alex Pall called her incredible and confessed to the interview that he was anticipating the day when he would collaborate with Halsey. “She’s a very cool and unique artists,” said Pall.
The Chainsmokers have been getting more popular as time passes. In today’s music industry, an act is lucky to last even a year. The Chainsmokers have went against the grain, proving that they are able to outlast other acts.
Thanks to Instagram, The Chainsmokers are able to watch their fan base grow. South Africa and the Philippines are just too countries that The Chainsmokers have became known in. “It seems like we’re reaching the 16 to 25 demographic,” said Pall. “It’s pretty split between boys and girls.”
Taggart chimed in on the topic saying that they do have an under 15 audience, and they do have an over 30 audience.