Chainsmokers, Knowing The Truth

The Chainsmokers are a work of Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall who are both fond of the music industry and the creation process involved with coming out with different song types to tantalize the eardrums of those who listen to their recordings frequently. Their inspirational pieces have broke the boundaries that normally made up the constructs of their particular musical style. While other bands stood behind an emotionless seat of DJ beats and no emotional configurations that sold specifically to just the technical side of music, Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall did just the opposite and found themselves with millions of dollars because of it. They tour regularly and yearly around the globe just because of one particular day when they met and shook hands in agreement that they both knew what worked and what did not work inside of the expectations set in the musical industry. Their progress has given them wisdom into what to do to allure a crowd and out of that experience they have given sold billions of views concerning their music, especially in one such song known as Sick Boy. Sick Boy is exactly as the name describes it to be, and although it carries a different vibe to it than their other musical passions as a whole it has reached the ears of the masses who are pleased with the wrotk that they put out to the public. It is about the conflicts that one faces within themselves when entering the void of the digital space and trying to open themselves up in that same digital space. The result is possibly severe as they attach way to much into the seriousness of getting likes on Instagram and Facebook because then they in fact not only cut themselves off from the rest of the world but they also get involved in a fake identity while trying to market that fraudulent self to others for likes. This feeds itself in an unhealthy cycle of coping with possibly much deeper issue that need to be resolved hence the name Sick Boy. This is the warning sent to the masses by The Chainsmokers.

 

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