Some Fan Recorded The Chainsmokers’ Memories Do Not Open Set and Uploaded it to YouTube

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The Chainsmokers are a force to reckon with. After taking home a number of awards at the Billboard Music Awards and reaching one billion streams for their song “Closer,” The Chainsmokers show no signs of slowing down. As The Chainsmokers are currently touring through 40 cities in the United States for their ‘Memories…Do Not Open’

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The Chainsmokers Bring 16-Year-Old Fan On Stage To Sing ‘Paris’

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Just before going on stage at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis, The Chainsmokers received about 200 DMs from people saying that they should invite this girl 16-year-old girl Nicole up on stage to sing with them. While it seemed like a crazy idea at first, The Chainsmokers questioned ‘what could possibly go wrong?’ Half

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The Chainsmokers Had Two Songs Go Platinum Today

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As The Chainsmokers are currently embarking on their Memories…Do Not Open tour, The Chainsmokers received some pretty surprising news today. On Twitter, The Chainsmokers wrote that two of their tracks just went platinum in the United States. The first song that went platinum was their single with Coldplay titled “Something Just Like This,” while their

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The Chainsmokers Response To Article Comparing Them To Nickelback Is Absurdly Perfect

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Yesterday, an article by Esquire comparing The Chainsmokers to Nickelback (with exceptional reasoning) went absolutely viral. With such vicious lines as “the duo sounds like it was written by and for the programmers of a Pandora EDM channel” and “the duo has managed to create beer pong tournament background music that offers nothing but repackaged EDM tropes for Spotify plays,” it’s no wonder.

But now, The Chainsmokers have given the textbook perfect response to the article, uploading a clip of them singing (and playing) to Instagram. Beginning with an acapella of “Paris,” they seamlessly transition into a rendition of “How You Remind Me” before cracking up.

We love the internet… watch this:

Welp, here’s the nickelback x chainsmokers mashup that no one wanted..

A video posted by The Chainsmokers (@thechainsmokers) on Jan 31, 2017 at 1:52pm PST

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Tickets For The Chainsmokers’ New Tour Are Super Expensive

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The Chainsmokers just announced a massive 40-date arena tour across the US, but a lot of people are going to find it hard to afford tickets. It varies by venue, but GA tickets range from $40-$90 (with floor tickets in Toronto specifically exceeding $100) depending on section and area of the arena you want, with the most expensive tickets going for floor spots.

However, the VIP accommodations are where your wallets are going to start hurting. With packages ranging from $200 to $900+, and perks varying from access to soundcheck at even the lowest level, and at the highest level offering way, way more, some fans will no doubt go for the gold.

The Chainsmokers have assured fans that the shows will be “unlike anything” they’ve done before, especially considering they announced new stage production, as well. The tweet also mentions live music, so we might really be seeing a new era in Chainsmokers performances in 2017.

Check out dates below and find more info about shows here.

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The Chainsmokers Announce Arena Tour & Confirm Album For 2017

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Hot off starting rumors yesterday that The Chainsmokers would be releasing an album in 2017, they’ve officially confirmed it and more via Twitter.

This morning, The Chainsmokers announced a major nationwide tour hitting arenas across the US. Additionally, they revealed that a debut album would be coming this year along with brand new production on the tour.

It’s also possible that, based on the name of the tour, the name of the album could be Memories, but nothing has been confirmed as of yet.

Tickets go on sale today at 3PM ET / 12PM PT at thechainsmokers.com.

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The Chainsmokers Preview New “Paris” Remix On Snapchat

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If it’s one thing The Chainsmokers do well (besides gets on the charts), it’s create songs that are perfect for remixes. Between “Closer” and “Don’t Let Me Down,” just for starters, there have been dozens of great remixes to come out.

Now, with their new hit “Paris,” they’re looking to add onto that with another remix pack that should be coming out soon. The two previewed at least one new “Paris” remix on Snapchat last night, though the first one sounds incredibly muddled through a phone speaker; we expect for it to be a lot clearer once the final product is delivered, obviously.

Check it out below (and get a grand look at Rory Kramer’s head at the end there).

 

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The Chainsmokers’ “Paris” Enters Hot 100 At #7, Highest Debut Yet

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The Chainsmokers made a lot of history with their #1 hit “Closer,” but their new hit “Paris” is already looking to go ever further. For starters, “Paris” debuted on Billboard’s Hot 100 charts at #7, the highest debut for The Chainsmokers yet. (“Closer” debuted at #9.)

According to Billboard,

“The song, released Friday, Jan. 13 (and accompanied by an official lyric video), enters Digital Song Sales at No. 2 (92,000); Streaming Songs at No. 9 (14.6 million); and Radio Songs at No. 32 (37 million). The duo earns its fourth Hot 100 top 10 and bests the No. 9 debut of “Closer” for their highest arrival. Also notably, the act has also ranked in the Hot 100’s top 10 for 38 consecutive weeks, thanks to “Paris,” “Closer” and the No. 3-peaking “Don’t Let Me Down” (featuring Daya). The record among duos or groups: 48 straight weeks in the top 10 for Ace of Base in 1993-94. Perry holds the overall mark: 69 weeks in a row in 2010-11.

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The Chainsmokers Add A Sample Of Someone Actually Sh*tting In Their New Track

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The Chainsmokers are known for their crazy antics both in the studio and on stage, but this one might finally top them all. In a recent recording and playback session for a new unreleased song of theirs, Alex Pall slips in a sample of someone actually taking a shit into the mix. The challenge is to see if Drew will notice… he does.

Better yet, Drew decides they’re going to modify the sample and actually put it in the song. You can hear a good portion of the forthcoming track in the snap story – no name for the track has appeared as of yet.

 

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The Chainsmokers Add A Sample Of Someone Actually Sh*tting In Their New Track

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The Chainsmokers are known for their crazy antics both in the studio and on stage, but this one might finally top them all. In a recent recording and playback session for a new unreleased song of theirs, Alex Pall slips in a sample of someone actually taking a shit into the mix. The challenge is to see if Drew will notice… he does.

Better yet, Drew decides they’re going to modify the sample and actually put it in the song. You can hear a good portion of the forthcoming track in the snap story – no name for the track has appeared as of yet.

 

Image via Rukes.com

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Source: The Chainsmokers Add A Sample Of Someone Actually Sh*tting In Their New Track