Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall are the musical duo The Chainsmokers. Of course, Andrew Taggart wasn’t always a part of the group. Alex Pall’s previous partner left the group, enabling Taggart to join, This event led to music history; The Chainsmokers have created a large number of mainstream hits since the change of membership. Some of the hits produced by Taggart and Pall are “Roses,” “Don’t Let Me Down,” and “Paris.”
After the release of “Closer,” Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall went on the typical promotional tour. One of the places they stopped by was Interview Magazine – the creation of Andy Warhol.
One of the topics of the interview was Halsey, the featured singer on “Closer.” The unique thing about The Chainsmokers is that they always feature guest vocalists. Until the release of “Closer,” neither of The Chainsmokers would sing, but Andrew Taggart made his singing debut on “Closer.”
Along with Halsey, Andrew Taggart sang a duet about a couple who have recently started a life together.
“She’s incredible,” Pall said in reference to Halsey. “That’s the kind of artist we like to work with.”
The Chainsmokers also talked about their show and how it is always changing for the better. People who attended a Chainsmokers concert prior to 2016 will be surprised at how different it is now. For you, vocals will no longer be blasting from the loud speaker for vocalists who aren’t in the building. Andrew Taggart is now the front man and lead singer of the group, supplying his own original vocals and guest vocalists who can’t attend.
The interviewer also asked about The Chainsmoker’s fan base.
“Thanks to Instagram, I can tell you exactly [who our fans our,]” said Alex Pall. Pall explained that The Chainsmoker have an international fan base. “We’re seeing places like the Philippines and South Africa,” said Pall. He also said that their primary demographic is teenagers and young adults.