The Chainsmokers and The Importance of Not Attaching Too Much To A Self-created Image

It is said from those who have experienced hardships that the more a thing threatens your identity, the more you will try to avoid. The more you will avoid risking and trying new things, and the harder it is for you to grow, improve, prosper, gain, and intensify. Such is the lesson that musicians like The Chainsmokers have learned over the years. In the case of The Chainsmokers, their new single “Sick Boy” is an indication that they’re not threatened by change. They don’t want to avoid the uncomfortable. They embrace new styles. They welcome the blessing to grow.

The Forbes Feature Says It All

In case you haven’t read it yet, you should check out the Forbes article about The Chainsmokers to learn about their journey and learn a thing or two about how to sustain the challenges in music production. It is in that feature that we also learned how the new single “Sick Boy” is the most recent and most authoritative statement that the DUO has created. It is not something that could be a bit familiar with the rest of music that the duo had created, but it sure is trying something new for a change. It is risking. It is opening itself to the grace of chance so that they can explore uncharted music territories.

It is also in the feature from Forbes that we learned about how The Chainsmokers has not created music or any original creation for nine months already, and Sick Boy was a release of that hiatus. The song was a result of a comfortable position or circumstance that have shaped how Drew Taggart and Alex Pall, the two members of the duo, would see their brand of music. They also mentioned that a big part of their new creative juices has something to do with doing many things all at the same time.

About The Chainsmokers

This musical duo consists of Alex and Drew, who since they started their band years ago have created award-winning and outstanding music hits in the EDM music. Some of their most popular songs include “Selfie,” “Don’t Let Me Down” and “Inside Out.”