Alex Paul Talks About Instagram and His Live Shows in Interview

Back in July of 2016, The Chainsmokers released one of their biggest songs ever, Closer. The DJing duo spoke with the late Andy Warhol’s Interview Magazine to promote the single. In the interview the duo spoke about their origins and how they got into the music industry.

 

Alex Pall grew up pursuing DJing as a hobby and eventually began doing small gigs in New York City, at this point in his career he described DJing as work on the side. When his manager introduced him to his band mate Andrew Taggart, Pall quit his job and the two of them started making music.

 

When Pall was asked by the interviewer about how he was so certain that they would be a success, Alex Pall told them that it was the ambitious attitude that the duo saw in each other. They were both very observant of what type of music was popular at the moment and he say that often they would work from 7AM til 9PM. (View: The Chainsmokers New Song Video)

 

The interview asked Pall about his experiences while working with Halsey, one of the vocalist on their new song, and Pall had nothing but positive things to say. He told Interview Magazine that Halsey was number one on the list of who they wanted to work with. “She’s incredible,” Pall said.

 

Pall was asked what type of people he believed resonated the most with his music and Pall praised Instagram for its ability to show him exactly who that is. Pall explains that it’s not just one type of person who follow them, they have become an international sensation for the age group of 16 to 25. Surprisingly, they seem to be almost even on the boy/girl demographic. Pall loves watching videos that people post on Instagram singing their music, citing a specific instance where a mother posted a video of her six-year-old singing some of The Chainsmokers’ songs. See This Article to learn more.

 

The interview closed with Pall explaining how their live show must change after this song releases due to his partner, Andrew, singing on the track. Previously, The Chainsmokers had only created the music, while leaving the vocals to guest’s artists.