Alex Pall together with Andrew Taggart are the people forming the band called Chainsmokers. Adam, despite being their manager, he also introduced the duo together. Alex has worked as a DJ while Taggart as a producer, therefore, Chainsmokers consist of a producer and a DJ.
In an interview, Alex Pall talked about how they have been able to expand their audience by changing live show together with its visuals. In the response to it, Alex said that it will keep changing forever. Because their audience is expanding all they keep doing is pushing themselves. Having produced the song “selfie”, it made them travel the entire world for once. They have now been able to travel again twice or thrice. It has been upon themselves to come up with a show that is exciting. They have been avoiding doing same things every time. So that to bring entertainment, they have to push themselves to do exciting things for their audience.
Their song “closer” which Andrew produced and sang in the song was to change dramatically their show and how it used to work. The performance element was always there on their show but they are expecting it become bigger and bigger. They are planning to put festival, that will be a curated show and in everyone’s heart, it is like anyone’s show. What they are planning is to do something beyond with production and short acts with ending what they have been doing.
When Alex was asked how he feels as if he has the strong sense of his music connection, he did thank Instagram. What he has been looking from the social media platform, then its an international thing and it makes them excited. They are seeing places like South Africa and Philippines. What is seemed is like they have reached 16 – 25 demographic. It has become a pretty split that is between the girls and boys guessing. They see videos of parents and their children their songs, meaning they are enjoying. It shows that their songs are transcending age where they write and make songs for themselves but everyone is also enjoying the music and find an emotional connection with their music.