The Chainsmokers have been making headlines in the music industry for several years ever since they made their first breakthrough song in the industry. Roughly two years ago, the Chainsmokers were able to rise to fame through the national acclaim of their smash hit collaboration, Closer. In July 2018, the Chainsmokers have just released a new song titled, Side Effects, which features the same catchy tunes and fun vibes that they have been recognized for in the past.
In recent chats, the Chainsmokers have opened up about their decisions in music and what has inspired their news sounds, much like they have always done in the past. The Chainsmokers rose to fame extremely fast, pretty much becoming a success overnight in 2015 after a collaborative song with another famous musical artist, Halsey. While this success was an incredible accomplishment for the duo behind the Chainsmokers, who were working hard for years before making it big, it has also been a sizable obstacle that is in their path.
The Chainsmokers put a lot of effort and love into their music, finely tuning it and creating their sounds to be just right, but with the influence of the music industry, this becomes difficult. Fame and fortune usually comes with a whole new list of things to deal with as well as a boatload of criticism. More than anything, for those who find success doing a particular thing, they become known for it and others just want more of the same over and over. This started becoming a problem for Alex and Andrew, and despite loving their past music and the EDM genre, they want to focus on news sounds and growing as musicians.
According to Alex and Andrew, traveling has not only become a key part of their lives through the music industry and fame, but it has also become an integral part of their inspiration for writing new music. Heavy touring allows the Chainsmokers to experience new things and cultures and people on a regular basis, always providing them with new ideas. Over the next several years the Chainsmokers want to produce music at a rate similar to when they first started in 2015.