Alex Pall and The Next Phase of The Chainsmokers’ Approach To Writing Songs

Some of the songs you hear today in the field of EDM are all just hooks and rhythms, more on getting people to listen to the song than engage with the song in a deeper level. It’s no longer about the words anymore. It’s now about the bass, the hook, the hit and the elevation of destroying your eardrums to its last muscle. Fortunately, we still have bands like The Chainsmokers who seem to be all out in giving the experience of music to anyone like nothing they had experienced before. This is because the DJ duo is not just on the basics. It’s not just doing anything based on how they think the market would like them. Their entire picture of their career is rooted in just telling a story in the form of an electric music beat.

The Alex Pall Interview Reveals It All

We may be able to read articles and interviews about how The Chainsmokers is doing, but if you want to learn more about Alex Pall and the product they offered and would be providing for its listeners, it’s the one from The Interview Magazine that we should read.

In the interview, we learned that since years ago, the duo band has been churning out some of the most impressive tracks and highly anticipated songs that put so much passion into its process than any other work known today. By injecting a song that requires good storytelling and a rather divergent layers of meaning, Alex Pall can increase the expectation of the listeners, make them want more and make them listen to the duo’s songs more. More importantly, Alex Pall does all this just in the comfort of his DJ booth, and that’s something that no other music band can seem to do.

It is also in the interview that we learned that the band is foraying into a more personalized approach to creating their music. Their ambition is to make all their songs filled with words and stories, and not just with a faceless feel or template that’s normally a common thing in all electronic dance music. It is also the ambition of The Chainsmokers as a band to be more intimate with their music. Truly, Alex Pall wants to do more.