The Chainsmokers Are Taking a Break From Social Media -- This Is Why

The Chainsmokers
Danilo Lewis   

The Chainsmokers

One of dance music's most successful and visible acts, The Chainsmokers today (Feb. 24) announced that they're taking a break from the public eye while they focus on making their next album.

In an announcement posted across their social media accounts earlier this morning, the duo (Drew Taggart and Alex Pall) wrote, "We are going to be taking some time to create our next chaper in music. We have never been more inspired and are already hard at work on TCS4 but we are going to be taking a break from social media (minus a few obligations) to give it the attention it needs."

The duo also scrubbed their Instagram account, leaving this announcement as the sole post for their 8.2 million followers to ponder while the guys go into studio mode on their fourth LP. 

The announcement comes after a massive year for The Chainsmokers, with their third album World War Joy debuting at No. 1 on the Dance/Electronic albums chart in December and that achievement coming on the heels of their massive 2019 World War Joy arena tour. 

But the guys aren't completing dipping from the spotlight, as they'll continue their Las Vegas residency at XS and have big deal festival sets including Electric Daisy Carnival and a headining show at Creamfields on the horizon.

Read the complete statement below.



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