The Chainsmokers Continue Their Streak of Music Making Success

Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall started the Chainsmokers which is one of the most popular music acts today. They were established in 2012 but came to prominence in 2014 with their hit song Selfie. However, the Chainsmokers came to prominence with songs such as Don’t Let Me Down featuring Daya, Closer, Paris and Something Just Like This.

The duo has been making the type of music that people enjoy listening to for a little over 5 years. Their music content has changed to have a more darker sound, but it is paying off in unexpected ways. Many fans of the group Chainsmokers, are used to hearing this duo play happy feel good music that is cutting edge. Their biggest hits have always been about romance, true love and having a good time. Now it’s more about experiencing the dark side of modern reality.

Sometimes a group has to do things different in order to reach a broader audience. In the case of the Chainsmokers, this is what they did with their latest single releases. Songs such as Sick Boy, You Owe Me and Everybody Hates Me are doing well in countries where dark sounding music is greatly appreciated. The Czech Republic, Austria and Finland are some of the places where their new sound is greatly received. The Chainsmokers are gaining more fans from these countries.

Places such as America, Canada and Britain tend to have a desire for upbeat music. They often have a hard time embracing dark music. However, many European countries are really into it. This explains why the hit Sick Boy is a huge success in many parts of Europe but only enjoys modern success in the U.S., Canada and the U.K. Still, the Chainsmokers new sound is well received among the group’s loyal fans. They like it and that is all that matters. The Chainsmokers still know how to make meaningful music that is designed to keep people coming back for more.

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