The Chainsmokers Say Album Release Is 'Up to Our Fans'

Tim Mosenfelder/Getty Images
The Chainsmokers perform at Red Rocks Amphitheatre on Sept. 1, 2016 in Morrison, Colo.

The DJ duo took to Twitter to explain themselves, encourage fans.

The Chainsmokers took to Twitter today (Sept. 6) to reveal their plans (or lack thereof) for a new album. The chart-topping DJ duo shared their thoughts on how they consider an album to be a "big deal" and something "more complete" than just releasing new standalone music -- something they will continue to do. 

The Chainsmokers & Halsey Lead Hot 100 & Rihanna Returns to Top 10, Fueled by VMAs Gains

But when it comes to releasing a full-length body of work, they say that will be determined by their fans and how badly they want one. Check out the tweets below.