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Alex Pall on Their Musical Journey, Identity and New Single ‘Closer’

The Chainsmokers are an energetic DJ/Production duo composed of Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart, who has been making headlines the entertainment industry with their top singles like ‘Don’t Let Me Down’ and ‘Closer.’ The latter is a particularly an exciting track because unlike in their previous songs where the duo have solely relied on other vocalists, Andrew Taggart is also included on the vocals. This is a unique entry in the electronic dance music genre by the DJ duo from their DJ counterparts who focus on beat making.

The Chainsmokers desire to be acknowledged as real artists with feelings and have been putting in a lot of effort to alter their style to suit their ambitions. The pair talked to Mathias Rosenzweig from Interview Magazine on their aspirations and plans to develop their unique style and grow with their audience. In the interview, Alex Pall disclosed that he enjoyed deejaying from a young age, but he decided to pursue dance music fully when he realized it was taking up much of his time. It was during this time that their current manager introduced him to Taggart and the duo immediately hit it off.

Mathias was interested in finding out their experience in collaborating with Halsey on ‘Closer.’ Alex pointed out that it was an amazing experience and they have always wanted to work with her on a project. He added that he admired her personality and strong vocal abilities. He also added that Taggart’s inclusion on the vocals was an essential step in defining and revealing their identity. Alex told Mathias that they had come up with the song while on tour.

Alex Pall also disclosed that social media had played an essential role in promoting their music and helping them connect with their fans. He noted that he was thrilled by the fact that their music cut across different age groups and they had fans from all over the world. Alex also disclosed that they were striving to introduce new concepts to their live shows to entertain their fans. He assured their fans that they would work relentlessly to give them new experiences.

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Alex Pall And His Chain Smoking Route To Success

In a recent interview with Andy Warhol’s Interview magazine and journalist Mathias Rosenzweig, The Chainsmokers’ one half member Alex Pall describes his experience leading up to the music duo’s fame success. The DJ multi-genre infused pair climbed to the top of the charts with two of their previous hit singles, “Don’t Let Me Down” and “Roses”. Now they are ready to break the charts again with their newest single “Closer” featuring singer Halsey. Pall, a previous gallery curator, talks about DJing and music as a passion of his formerly on the sidelines of his career but which he eventually chose to conquer.

Up until meeting his group mate, Andrew Taggart, Pall played music for numerous clubs and claims to always have held a knack for promoting and marketing, so paired with Taggart’s previous music producing experience, made for a great partnership. Under Pall’s previous solo manager and now group’s current manager, the two instantly bonded, and the rest is history. Pall credits their music passion and drives as instigators for their second-nature relationship. They take their music seriously and reflect on their commitment to quality composition and sound making them unique in that sense. Pall mentions the group’s writing process as part of their character.

The Chainsmokers are, at least, co-writers in each their songs. While struggling to produce music more or less relating to their audience, Pall and his group mate decided to look at their experiences. “Closer” is based on Taggart’s own previous romantic relationship. The group is currently the only successful DJ/electronic group to write and sign their own vocal compositions. The group recognizes inspiration starts with building off others, and it takes more than a couple hit songs to build an individual style.

Pall explains the group’s current approach in the music scene involves heavy-duty identity searching before diving into their next project, a full-length album which takes an overall stance on a motif or experience. Pall is surprised by the group’s age fan base ranging from pre-teens to his mother’s age. He is humbled by this and says it motivates them to take their stage performance seriously and establish a stronger presence.

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