The Chainsmokers‘ Memories documentary recently hit YouTube and it’s a must-watch for the dance music community and pop lovers alike.
It’s much more than just an inside look at their live performances, it’s like a diary straight from Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart, the duo’s drummer Matt McGuire and others close to the project. From their early beginnings through now, Memories covers a lot of ground in just over an hour.
Just imagine their “Young” lyric video on steroids. Yeah, never mind, that’s probably a bad analogy.
As The Chainsmokers reveal in the new doc, fame was never their goal. Instead, it was to make the best music they possibly could. And that music just so happened to blow up in ways they never could have imagined.
Years of hard work paid off with an entire world tour, as they hit up stadiums in major cities across the globe. The pressure was real, the tour prep was insane, and now The Chainsmokers finally get to share their swift rise to superstardom from their perspective.
We don’t want to give too much away, because The Chainsmokers’ Memories documentary is well worth the watch. Stream for free on YouTube right here.
The Chainsmokers Memories Documentary
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