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The Chainsmokers are a DJ duo from New York, New York, US consisting of the members Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall. Their music encompasses the genres of electro house, progressive house, and EDM.
After Taggart had finished school at Syracuse University and Pall had finished his studies at New York University the two started to make music in the year 2012. The duo started out under the management of Adam Alpert, who is known for being the CEO of Disruptor Management, Disruptor Records, and Selector Songs.
The Chainsmokers began garnering a following for their interesting remixes of indie bands. Some of the artists that the band has remixed include Jonsi, Two Door Cinema Club, Phoenix, Icona Pop, and Neon Trees. In 2012 the group collaborated with one of Bollywood’s most famous actresses Priyanka Chopra and released the single “Erase”. The single consists of highly produced synthesizers, strong build-ups, and a poppy, in your face chorus. In 2013 they released the single “The Rookie”, which followed in a similar fashion to “Erase”. The single contained gritty synthesizer leads, pumping bass lines, and a strong rhythmic drum beat.
In 2014 Dim Mak Records released The Chainsmokers’ breakthrough song “#Selfie”. Dim Mak Records was founded by DJ Steve Aoki and has been known for breaking several groups into the mainstream. Weeks after the group released “#Selfie” they were asked to sign on to the major record label Republic Records. The group originated “#Selfie” due to trying to capitalize off the pop culture trend that was becoming increasingly prevalent. The song was also considered by the band to be a joke, but the song immediately created a huge fan base for the band. The song has many pop culture references and has drawn comparisons to Sir Mix-A-Lot’s “Baby Got Back”, Baauer’s “Harlem Shake”, and Frank Zappa’s “Valley Girl”. The single did significantly well on the charts and reached the No. 1 position on the US Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart. The video for the single also included cameos by Snoop Dogg and David Hasselhoff, which increased the popularity of the song.
In 2014 the group followed up “#Selfie” with the single “Kanye”, which features sirenXX. The song differs from the group’s previous releases, as it tends to be less aggressive in its presentation, although the song still contains strong build-ups and a highly catchy chorus. The song also seemed to be another ploy for the group to build off the pop culture of the time.
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"But first let me take a ..." you already know the rest. And if you are like me then you're probably tired of hearing it. But whether you loved it or loathed it, The Chainsmokers' smash hit, Selfie, with the all-important # *hashtag* to boost, was, and still is an unstoppable force to be reckoned with after it was released earlier this year. Clocking up over 200 million YouTube views in just 6 months, you couldn't ignore it. The masterminds behind it? Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall. Two New York City based DJ's and producers who remixed indie bands before signing to Steve Aoki's label Dim Mak and a major deal with Republic Records. Since finding fame they’ve DJ’d at festivals around the world. ULTRA, HARD and Tomorrowland to name just a few. Pounding bass, flashing strobes and big bass drops were the order of the day at The Chainsmokers set at Tomorrowland. Upon dropping the follow-up to ‘#SELFIE’, cleverly named after the biggest artist in the world, ‘Kanye’, revelers were on each other’s shoulders bouncing up and down to the euphoric sing-a-long, sure to be a hit, chorus. The unique thing about a Chainsmokers set is that unlike other more generic EDM stars, they don’t mind switching things up a little, by chucking in a few of their older remixes of indie bands like Daughter and Two Door Cinema Club for good measure. It’s EDM with a difference.
Pretty awful all round unfortunately. First of all, far too much of the audience was too old for an EDM concert, above ages of 50. I was stunned at many of them turning up, a couple of aged ladies just standing still throughout the whole concert. Having been a bit shocked at seeing so many elders, I was even more shocked at the fact no one looked like they were having a good time. After having been to sensational and animated concerts at Steve Aoki last month and Galantis last year which were full of moshing and having fun, only a group of people I found nearer the front wanted to really get into it and have fun. I did not expect for 99% of the crowd to stand still and have miserable faces for the entirety of the show. Lastly, I was disappointed by the performance of The Chainsmokers. The drum guy did not suit the concert well, and the pace in the concert changed too much and they seemed to be focussed on cracking jokes. If they really were DJs, they’d have their set and play music throughout. Very bad. The technical issues at the beginning did not help either. Waste of money.
Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall, better known as the electro house duo The Chainsmokers have been working on their live show since 2012. However in 2014 they suddenly found themselves propelled up lineups and playing to larger and larger crowds thanks to the runaway success of their hit single '#Selfie'.
Making dance music reflecting social culture is not new for the boys, with the follow-up 'Kanye' being equally provocative. Despite not having a full length LP released to date, the band has plenty of material to keep the crowds dancing along to. They are known for having remixed music by some prolific indie names including Two Door Cinema Club, Daughter, Neon Trees and Bastille and the audience go wild for these alt-dance gems.
By the time they are ready to drop their infamous track, the whole crowd is completely surrendered to the energetic duo and leave them jumping as one to the heavy bass whilst chanting 'let me take a selfie'.
I always try to see the Chainsmokers live whenever I can. Like their previous concerts, their European tour 2018, was an incredible experience. Although the Chainsmokers are DJs, they deliver an all-encompassing performance with guitar playing, singing, piano playing, as well as the traditional DJing. They invite their audiences to get involved with what they are performing and interact with them often. In this last concert, the Chainsmokers previewed two new unreleased songs. They perform their own songs and others with mashups and remixes and this paired with the lighting effects, fire, confetti, sparklers and streamers etc. only build to an great overall experience. Drew and Alex (the Chainsmokers) are both charismatic guys and brilliant hosts. I would definitely recommend watching them live
Disappointed! Know what you are paying for. I have only followed them for the last year, so I know the songs you find on Spotify which I really like. I wasn't aware of their DJ background, so was disappointed when most of the concert was not them performing their songs, but doing what DJs do. Great mixes, and fantastic stage show, but I left disappointed. They have some great female vocals on some of their tracks, yet no female live vocals - only played recorded version. I paid to see live performances, not recordings.
Lot of people love them and their performance, and maybe if I was prepared to hear them DJ and play recorded vocals, I might have left feeling less disappointed.
this is definitely one of the best shows i've been to! Being both dj's and songwriters, they alternated between performing songs and epic djing. and each drop was so unique and creative, contrary to some djs today. I had a blast! Their energy was contagious and their skits and set design added so much to the show. It wasn't just playing music, it was putting on a show for their audience. Drew kept thanking us for being here and explaining how we were one of the best crowds on tour. I knew i was gonna have fun, but it surpassed my expectations. I will definitely be seeing them again! Plus, the opening acts and the pianist were great! and kudos to their drummer!
One of the best concerts i have ever been to. They have really stepped up their game with the effects, the instruments and of course the singing. Drew has gotten so much better. Everything about the concert was amazing. I recommend seeing a Chainsmokers concert to anyone with an interest for dance music and to people who just wants to have a good time. They give you an amazing vibe. Dont listen to a couple of their songs and judge them because even I can say that not all of their songs are good but when you see them live they really make up for it and they are getting better and better. You wont regret it.
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The Chainsmokers performed at the Ziggo Dome on Wednesday the 9th of November 2022. The Chainsmokers make it their specialty to mix indie, pop music, EDM and hip hop into a danceable whole. Since #Selfie, Andrew Taggart, Alex Pall and, latest addition to the band, drummer Matt McGuire have dominated the charts with feel-good tracks like "Closer", "Paris" and "Something Just Like This". The enthusiastic dance trio gives these huge loads of hits live an extra shot of adrenaline (and CO2)!
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CONCERT REVIEW: The Chainsmokers Use Every Trick In The Book During Epic Amsterdam Show
Last night we did something a bit out of the ordinary: we attended a show that’s a little bit different than the shows we usually go to. We went to see The Chainsmokers live in the Ziggo Dome . Of course, one can argue they’re semi-relevant, as they’ve done songs with 5 Seconds of Summer and Blink-182 , but truthfully, the show and the whole concert experience from The Chainsmokers felt very different to us than our ‘regular’ concerts within the alternative spheres.
For one, The Chainsmokers didn’t really have a setlist. Instead, they played a whole lot of songs from their own discography, with bits and pieces from several remixes of those songs in between. At times during the show, The Chainsmokers didn’t even focus on their own music, but rather played a dubstep-like set with remixes from a whole array of songs, including Everytime We Touch by Cascade , the hit song from 12 years ago.
The Chainsmokers did kick-off their set with the single from the most recent album So Far So Good : High . What makes The Chainsmokers special, at least to us, is their live line-up. While the group is EDM, Drew Taggart sings a lot live, and they even have a phenomenal drummer Matt McGuire who himself had a few tricks up his sleeve during the intense live show.
Speaking of tricks up their sleeves, witnessing The Chainsmokers live is a sensation for multiple senses. The music is catered towards a dancing crowd, with lots of drops and catchy melodies if they were not playing music of their own, making sure the crowd was excited throughout and uninterruptedly during the 100-minute lasting set. But that’s only half of what made this performance stand out. The Chainsmokers truly pulled out all the stops production-wise. A choreographed sequence of effects that included lasers, pyro, fireworks, confetti and drummer Matt McGuire drumming with drumsticks that were on fire made for this performance to be one of the most captivating ones we have witnessed ever. While DJ Alex Pall was making sure the music was on point, DJ and vocalist Drew Taggart often jumped down their platform to give the front-row fans some facetime
Music-wise I can almost guarantee you have at least heard one song from The Chainsmokers , whether that be Something Just Like This (with Coldplay ) or Closer (with Halsey ), there is something familiar in the setlist for all. Luckily for us, the new album So Far So Good also got some live coverage, with extended versions and remixes of High , Riptide and iPad . You did notice the audience reacting in an even bigger way when the bigger hits were performed, rather than the newer or lesser-known tunes. I guess the crowd at an EDM show also differentiates from those at shows within our alternative scene, where often every song, not just the popular ones, is being sung as loud and as enthusiastically as the next one.
In conclusion, while it was a whole different ballgame, we’ve thoroughly enjoyed our time with The Chainsmokers . It was a nice, welcome change of pace for one night and you can get a glimpse of the epicness we witnessed through the photos by Eva van den Bosch in the gallery below.
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Following the incredible shows earlier in year, we had the pleasure to create a brand new show and production design for The Chainsmokers as they headed out across European Arenas in November!
Production design: Zeal Tour management: Clancy Silver Production Manager: Sam Newson Video Director: Matt Lee Lighting supplier: LCR Laser supplier: AC Lasers SFX supplier: BPM Set supplier: The Events Company UK Video supplier: Colonel Tom Photos: Anthony Black and Danilo Lewis
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The Chainsmokers kommen 2022 für drei Zusatzshows ihrer „Euro Tour“ nach Deutschland
Die Charts-Giganten The Chainsmokers kommen im Frühjahr 2022 für drei Zusatzshows in Hamburg, Frankfurt am Main und Stuttgart nach Deutschland! Alle Infos zu Tickets und Shows gibt’s jetzt bei uns.
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Die Kings der Electronic-Szene sind zurück! Nachdem das Grammy-ausgezeichnete DJ-Duo The Chainsmokers die Musikwelt mit ihrer Durchbruchssingle „#Selfie“ 2014 wie im Sturm eroberte, sind sie nun kaum aus dem Dance-Genre wegzudenken. Darauffolgende Songs wie „Closer“ (feat. Halsey ), „Something Just Like This“ (feat. Coldplay ) , „Don’t Let Me Down“, „Paris“ und „Roses“ (feat. ROZES) wurden zu sofortigen Hits und dominierten wochenlang Charts, Radio und Playlists – kein Wunder also, dass es sich bei den Musikern Andrew Taggart und Alex Pall heute um die bestbezahltesten DJs der Welt handelt.
Wahnsinns-News für alle The Chainsmokers Fans: Der Top-Act kündigt drei brandneue Zusatzshows für die „Euro Tour“ an! Die Musiker performen ihre Hits im April und Mai 2022 jetzt auch in Hamburg, Frankfurt und Stuttgart . Das ursprünglich für November 2021 angelegte Düsseldorf-Konzert hingegen wird erneut verschoben und findet nun ebenfalls im Frühjahr des nächsten Jahres statt. Die geplante München-Show muss leider ersatzlos abgesagt werden. Hier ein Überblick über die Deutschland-Shows:
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2022 is the year The Chainsmokers fans have been waiting for.
In addition to the release of their album “So Far So Good,” the electro-pop duo has also announced a worldwide tour to accompany the new record .
That includes a show at Atlantic City’s Mark G Etess Arena at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino on July 1 and Brooklyn’s Brooklyn Mirage on Sept. 16.
Plus, special guests Shawn Mendes, Camila Cabello, Charlie Puth, Kane Brown and Diplo will join them on select dates.
In addition to the tour, The Chainsmokers will headline a whopping 10 festivals.
If you want to see The Chainsmokers live this year, here’s everything you need to know.
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A complete calendar featuring all “So Far, So Good” tour dates and festival appearances with links to buy tickets can be found here .
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The Chainsmokers are headlining almost a dozen festivals this year.
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May 20-21; Baltimore, Maryland
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July 29-31; Toronto, Canada
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Aug. 19-20; Grand Rapids, Michigan
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Aug. 26-27; Columbus, Ohio
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A production duo featuring Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall, the Chainsmokers mix indie, dance, and pop into a chart-topping sound that spawned hits like "Roses," "Closer," and "Don't Let Me Down." Pall and Taggart first made a name for themselves by creating remixes of their favorite indie bands that garnered tens of millions of streams. The duo released its official debut single, "#Selfie," which celebrated and skewered 2010s narcissism, in January 2014. The track's bouncy beats and self-obsessed words hit number one on the Billboard dance chart and sold over ten million copies. Meanwhile, "#Selfie"'s video featured cameos by Snoop Dogg and David Hasselhoff, fueling the song's viral popularity to hundreds of millions of views. More singles, including "Kanye" and "Let You Go," followed. The follow-up single to "Don't Let Me Down" would carry the duo to new heights. Featuring Halsey on vocals, "Closer" began its slow climb to the top of the singles chart in the summer of 2016. Once it hit number one, it remained in the top spot for over ten weeks, breaking the record previously held by Drake's "One Dance." As their chart dominance continued, they released the Collage EP, which joined their two Top Three singles with new collaborations featuring Phoebe Ryan, XYLØ, and Charlee. Their debut record, Memories: Do Not Open, arrived in 2017. Featuring guests Emily Warren, Jhene Aiko, Florida Georgia Line, and hit singles "Paris" and the Coldplay collaboration "Something Just Like This," Memories debuted at the top of the Billboard chart. At the start of 2018, the pair veered in a more contemplative and lyrical direction with the single "Sick Boy," which landed on the EP of the same name. Sick Boy debuted on the Billboard 200 just outside the Top 50.
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In December 2019, in another green room in another anonymous cement underbelly of another arena, The Chainsmokers realized that they hadn’t seen the sun in two weeks.
Drew Taggart and Alex Pall had just wrapped their World War Joy tour, a two-month, 41-date sprint across the United States and Canada, during which the duo performed on a fireworks-spitting stage, while stuntmen on motorcycles zoomed around the rig. After each show, Taggart and Pall went to sleep on their tour bus, which would park in the subterranean garage of the venue — and then would already have arrived in the next venue’s garage by the time they woke up in the morning, with the tour’s sixteen transport trucks in tow.
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Outside of those 90-minute nightly sets, the grind had become — well, just that. “I definitely remember the feeling of, ‘My God, I should be so happy right now, but I’m not,’ ” says Pall.
“I was in a dark place at the end of 2019,” adds Taggart. “I was on antidepressants. We were on this massive tour, we had an album that needed to be finished, and I went through this really tough time of waking up and not wanting to do anything that day. And there was so much to get done.”
This burden of responsibility provided a sharp contrast to the never-ending whirlwind of enormous hits, giant shows and huge paychecks that encompassed much of the duo’s first few years. Taggart was 22 when The Chainsmokers began, pairing with Pall, then 26, right out of college, then blasting into dance -pop ubiquity — some would say infamy — with their 2014 breakout single “#Selfie,” a satirical joke song that nonetheless reached No. 16 on the Billboard Hot 100 . A string of straight-faced hits followed, including 2015’s “Roses,” 2016’s “Don’t Let Me Down” and that year’s “Closer,” an inescapable team-up with Halsey that spent 12 weeks atop the Hot 100 chart (the latter two tracks scored Grammy noms). Legitimizing The Chainsmokers in the mainstream, these songs have now aggregated 4 billion U.S. streams, according to Luminate, formerly MRC Data.
They also fueled the 180-plus global shows The Chainsmokers played each year from 2014 to 2019, an era in which many fellow EDM A-listers withered due to the burnout such constant touring inflicted. Taggart says that production costs were so high for the World War Joy tour that the endless live run didn’t turn a profit. Suddenly, under the fluorescent lights of those arenas, Pall and Taggart felt much more adult than when they’d started. “It was like the songs were moving faster than we were,” says the duo’s longtime manager Adam Alpert. “It became second nature to them that they had to be on tour all the time.”
Fifteen minutes after the last World War Joy show ended on Dec. 6, 2019, in Vancouver, The Chainsmokers sat down with Alpert in that unremarkable green room to discuss their next move, presenting a quasi-utopian vision. “They said to me, ‘We just want to go away and make stuff and not have to worry about deadlines, or if it’s a pop song or a dance song,’ ” says Alpert. “We just want to do something with no rules, no pressure, no preconceived notions, and if it takes us a year, fine.’ ”
So, with the final show of their 2010s wrapped and the pyro machines unplugged, The Chainsmokers decided to do something uncharacteristic: disappear.
On one glorious Los Angeles mid-morning nearly two-and-a-half years later, the pair are posted up at a sunlit modular house in L.A.’s woodsy Nichols Canyon that functions as their studio and hangout space. Pall’s two dogs — a sweetheart red golden retriever named Moo Shu, and Lula, a smaller mutt that Pall’s girlfriend adopted from Tijuana — saunter through the living room and out to the sun-splashed patio. Everything here is tasteful and suggestive of money: the overstuffed furniture, prodigous art, the grand piano standing erect in the corner. Pall offers me something to drink, and in their stainless-steel refrigerator I find roughly two dozen different types of water — fizzy, still, flavored, pH balanced, etc. — lined up in tidy rows. Pall grabs a cold brew, then Taggart materializes in the living room wearing gym shorts and an Apple “Think Different” t-shirt that looks like it’s been through some laundry cycles.
The duo strikes a balance, able at this point to finish each other’s sentences: Taggart is all heart, expounding on his emotions and life experiences, while Pall keeps it a bit closer to the vest, talking in big ideas. One of those is the “no rules, no pressure, no preconceived notions” project that’s been consuming the guys’ time since they posted what was essentially a high-profile away message to their social media in February 2020, locking down just a few weeks before much of the world did the same. “We have never been more inspired and are already hard at work on TCS4,” read the post, “but we are going to be taking a break from social media (minus a few obligations) to give it the attention it needs.”
This project — So Far So Good , the fourth Chainsmokers LP, due May 13 — ended up demanding even more attention than they anticipated, with the pandemic extending their hiatus and providing more time to toil over the album’s 13 songs. This was the first time they got the luxury of an unhurried creative process, which allowed them to make finely detailed tracks that expand the notion of what The Chainsmokers’ music is, moving the dial from radio-friendly, indie-leaning dance to sounds that balance sing-along indie-pop and nuanced, often deeply textured electronic productions. This sonic evolution is happening after two albums released less than a year apart — 2018’s Sick Boy and World War Joy — failed to deliver any top 40 Hot 100 hits, benchmarks that previously seemed effortless for the duo.
“They started making songs that sounded like ‘Roses’ and ‘Don’t Let Me Down’ and ‘Closer,’ ” says Alpert. “People liked them, but there was no way they could be as big as those first songs. They got to a point where they were like, ‘We don’t need to keep making the same type of music over and over.’ ”
The production process for So Far So Good began on the North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii a few weeks after the World War Joy tour ended. In a rented house, Taggart and Pall settled in with a gaggle of pals including the electronic producer Whethan, and Ian Kirkpatrick and Emily Warren, the producers who’ve penned previous tracks for The Chainsmokers and cowrote hits for Dua Lipa and Shakira. The first few days were spent relaxing and playing music for each other. “Then out of nowhere one night,” Taggart says, “it just started happening.”
After the team came up with a few solid musical ideas, the guys fell into a rhythm: waking up around noon, surfing for a few hours — they had local guides take them out because as Pall tells it, “We’re not that good at surfing” — then having lunch at the house. After, they’d work on music until late at night. Given that the duo hadn’t been in one place longer than a few days for the previous six years, the two weeks were revelatory.
“I can’t tell you how life-changing it was for me personally,” says Taggart, his big eyes growing wider as he speaks with nearly religious conviction about the “most euphoric period of my life.” By the end of the trip, Taggart says he’d tossed his Prozac. (He notes he hadn’t been on it long enough to make weaning himself off necessary.)
Work continued during writing retreats in Joshua Tree, Calif., New York and London, with the guys meticulously assembling, then tearing apart, lyrics and production elements upwards of a hundred times. “To me, these songs sound like they took two years to make,” says Alpert.
While The Chainsmokers catalog had been defined by high-profile collaborations with singers like Halsey and Chris Martin, at a certain point they decided Taggart would just do all the singing himself to make the project even more their own. While the album’s lead singles “High” and “iPad” were written after the rest of the music to give the album what Taggart calls “connective tissue,” the album demonstrates a new level of technical proficiency and artistic verve in terms of The Chainsmokers’ capabilities as music-makers. Songs meld electronic sounds with thoughtful indie-pop songwriting in a way that presents Taggart as the lead singer of The Chainsmokers, The Band, with Pall joining on piano along with their drummer Matt McGuire for live shows.
“New people that don’t like ‘Closer’ or ‘Don’t Let Me Down’ are going to hear these songs and say, ‘This I can get down with’ — especially in the subgenres of the dance music community,” says Alpert. And while the album won’t likely deliver The Chainsmokers too deeply into dance’s underground realms, Alpert hopes it can “ at the very least just be appreciated by those worlds.”
Which brings us to the great Chainsmokers dilemma: a lot of people kind of loathe them. This hasn’t been easy for Taggart and Pall. The guys are perfectly aware of the hard-partying, EDM-bro image that they projected in their early days of stardom, and they shy away from magazine interviews, for fear of a quote being taken out of context.
Their wariness is understandable. It was around the same time they became one of the most commercially successful groups of the mid-2010s that they also became two of the most ridiculed artists in mainstream music. A 2014 performance of “#Selfie” on American Idol was famously disastrous, with the guys posing for awkward photos with host Jennifer Lopez (today, they don’t even like to say the song title aloud), while a 2016 Billboard cover story found them backstage ripping tequila shots, proudly declaring that “we rage every night,” and exuding a bit of a chauvinist streak.
“I remember reading that and thinking, ‘I can’t believe this is what people are going to think of us,’ and ‘Do we come off this way? I don’t want to be this person, you know?’ ” says Taggart. “That was the biggest thing. The guys we read about there, I was like, ‘I don’t like these guys.’ ”
While they attempted to clean up their image in subsequent interviews, the headlines — “Get Used To Hating The Chainsmokers,” “The Stupidity Of The Chainsmokers Continues To Astound Me” — were unrelenting. (Yes, they read a lot of those stories.) Taggart and Pall acknowledge that they do have some bro in them — but the people who really know them, they say, have always understood they weren’t ever those caricatures.
“Sure, I would have loved that article not to turn out like that,” says Pall. “That’s the hard part, being like, ‘God, that is just not accurate of who I am, but I didn’t do myself any favors to show that person a different side.’ ”
Alpert, who calls himself their “big brother,” chooses his words carefully: “I can’t put myself in their shoes emotionally, but I think that when you’re dealing with hate, it throws you off and causes you to make mistakes, and it damages you a little bit…They certainly stumbled along the way, for lack of a better word. They played into that hate, in a way that is understandable for a person in their twenties to do.”
Years later, as they sit for another Billboard interview (the guys first had me over to the studio last December to play me the album and, it seemed, gauge my vibe) Taggart and Pall come across as thoughtful, funny and generally normal, more like dudes you’d meet at a fintech conference than on a bleary-eyed bar crawl. They’ve both gone to therapy, figured out how to say no to opportunities that don’t work for them, dealt with anxiety and imposter syndrome, and gotten advice on how to be famous from the likes of Martin and Calvin Harris.
They’re rich and famous, to be sure, but their day-to-day doesn’t sound terribly sexy, with current schedules that include workouts, studio time and hours of Zoom calls for their VC fund, Mantis. Using funds raised from outside investors ( in 2020 they announced that Mantis had raised $35 million in commitment), Mantis buys private company shares during initial funding rounds, with recent investments including Apeel Sciences, which extends the shelf life of produce. (They generally stay away from consumer products to avoid diluting The Chainsmokers brand.) T he guys are serious about the endeavor and count billionaire private equity CEO Jim Coulter among their mentors, adding that they’ve played weddings and bar mitzvahs hosted by plenty of the Fortune 500 CEOs.
Mostly, they just seem like — at long last — grown-ups who are proud of the more grown-up art they’ve made. So Far So Good is The Chainsmokers 2.0 — tighter, contemplative and more experimental than most of their previous capital-B Bangers. Album track “Testing,” for instance, may be the only song in the dance canon that samples Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory ’s “Pure Imagination.” They hope people will give it a chance.
This reset began in January when, after a two-year break from social media (they admit they lurked a bit, but generally enjoyed being disconnected), The Chainsmokers uploaded a video announcing their return: a parody clip in which two random actors replace Pall and Taggart, playing into the longstanding Internet joke that anyone can do what The Chainsmokers do. “Sorry, The Chainsmokers are back,” a title card announced at the end of the video.
“Part of the thing with The Chainsmokers is, we felt on some levels like we were becoming people’s dirty little secret,” says Pall. “By being like, ‘We’re in on the joke, we get the joke, we love the joke,’ it disarms people and allows people to enjoy the music for what it is… Whatever people imagine from past experiences with us, I think it was really important to kind of reset the tone.”
“I definitely think we won people over,” says Alpert, “and that was 100% the plan.”
Of course, The Chainsmokers still have millions of global listeners that don’t need any convincing. The guys have been hanging out on their Discord channel playing their 10,000 subscribers their latest music and, in early April, jetted to London to play a pair of shows where production was just cryo and some lasers. “I had never felt more connected to our fans,” says Taggart. These were their first public performances since a July 2020 charity show in the Hamptons for which organizers incurred a $20,000 fine from New York state for breaking public health protocols; both Pall and Taggart are quick to call it a mistake.
Having also learned hard lessons during the relentless World War Joy tour and hundreds of shows prior, the trick now is getting The Chainsmokers back on the road in a way that doesn’t make them acutely miserable. With the album finished, there’s no pressure to produce more. Their team has also designed the So Far So Good tour to be a more modest run, with greater care put into individual shows booked at more unique venues. This time around, they want it to feel more special for everyone involved — including themselves.
“It does feel like we’re a new band starting over in a lot of ways,” says Pall. “I don’t mean that in any sort of negative way. It’s the best feeling ever.”
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Chainsmokers Tour 2022: How to buy last-minute tickets to see them in Massachusetts, plus full tour schedule
- Published: Jun. 24, 2022, 11:59 a.m.
- Ariana Tourangeau | [email protected]
The EDM pop duo, the Chainsmokers, have started their 2022 world tour and fans can now purchase tickets to see them live.
The Chainsmokers will be in Mansfield, MA on Sunday, June 26. Fans can shop around for tickets on StubHub , VividSeats and TicketNetwork for the best seats and prices. Tickets for that show start at $42 on StubHub, $37 on VividSeats and $46 on TicketNetwork.
Fans who purchase tickets through VividSeats can get $20 off a $200+ ticket order by using the promo code MassLive20 at checkout.
Before the duo stops in Massachusetts, they’ll be at Grand Park in Chicago, IL and at XS Nightclub at Encore in Las Vegas, NV on Saturday.
Here is a look at some of the stops they’ll make on tour and links to buy tickets:
- June 27 at Power 96.1 Summer Ball in Atlanta, GA - buy tickets at StubHub , VividSeats and TicketNetwork
- July 1 at Hard Rock Live at Etess Arena in Atlantic City, NJ - buy tickets at StubHub , VividSeats and TicketNetwork
- July 2 at Encore Beach Club in Las Vegas, NV - buy tickets at StubHub , VividSeats and TicketNetwork
- July 8 at Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harvey’s in Stateline, NV - buy tickets at StubHub , VividSeats and TicketNetwork
- July 9 at Encore Beach Club in Las Vegas, NV - buy tickets at StubHub , VividSeats and TicketNetwork
- July 13 at Badlands Music Festival in Calgary, Canada - buy tickets at StubHub , VividSeats and TicketNetwork
- July 16 at Encore Beach Club in Las Vegas, NV - buy tickets at StubHub , VividSeats and TicketNetwork
- July 23 at Beachclub in Montreal, Canada - buy tickets at StubHub , VividSeats and TicketNetwork
- July 23 at XS Las Vegas in Las Vegas, NV - buy tickets at StubHub , VividSeats and TicketNetwork
- July 29 at Veld Music Festival 2022 in Toronto, Canada - buy tickets at StubHub , VividSeats and TicketNetwork
- July 30 at Encore Beach Club in Las Vegas, NV - buy tickets at StubHub , VividSeats and TicketNetwork
- August 5 at Les Grandes Fetes Telus in Rimouski, Canada - buy tickets at StubHub , VividSeats and TicketNetwork
- August 6 at Breakaway Music Festival in Kansas City, KS - buy tickets at StubHub , VividSeats and TicketNetwork
- August 12 at Fest Festival in Chorzow, Poland - buy tickets at StubHub , VividSeats and TicketNetwork
- August 13 at SonneMondSterne in Saalburg-Ebersdorf, Germany - buy tickets at StubHub , VividSeats and TicketNetwork
- August 19 at Breakaway Music Festival in Grand Rapids, MI - buy tickets at StubHub , VividSeats and TicketNetwork
- August 26 at Breakaway Music Festival in Columbus, OH - buy tickets at StubHub , VividSeats and TicketNetwork
- August 27 at Encore Beach Club in Las Vegas, NV - buy tickets at StubHub , VividSeats and TicketNetwork
- September 10 at Encore Beach Club in Las Vegas, NV - buy tickets at StubHub , VividSeats and TicketNetwork
- September 11 at Blended Festival in Nashville, TN - buy tickets at StubHub , VividSeats and TicketNetwork
- September 15 at The Brooklyn Mirage in New York, NY - buy tickets at StubHub , VividSeats and TicketNetwork
- September 16 at The Brooklyn Mirage in New York, NY - buy tickets at StubHub , VividSeats and TicketNetwork
- September 24 at Encore Beach Club in Las Vegas, NV - buy tickets at StubHub , VividSeats and TicketNetwork
- September 25 at Blended Festival in Austin, TX - buy tickets at StubHub , VividSeats and TicketNetwork
- October 14 at The Armory in Minneapolis, MN - buy tickets at StubHub , VividSeats and TicketNetwork
- October 28 at The Greek Theatre in Berkeley, CA - buy tickets at StubHub , VividSeats and TicketNetwork
Special guests Shawn Mendes, Camila Cabello, Charlie Puth, Kane Brown and Diplo will join them on select dates.
The Chainsmokers are made up of Alexander “Alex” Pall and Andrew “Drew” Taggart and they have won one Grammy.
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