Grammy Award winning artist and producer duo, The Chainsmokers, have announced their new documentary series The Chainsmokers - Memories exclusively on Apple Music. The first six episodes are available to watch now with the insider footage offering fans a special look into the preparation of the The Chainsmokers massive Memories…Do Not Open Arena Tour which the duo toured in 2017. It is with much excitement that additional episodes are soon to follow.
The documentary launch follows the release of The Chainsmokers' new single Everybody Hates Me as well as You Owe Me and Sick Boy. The tracks released via Disruptor Records, Columbia Records and Sony Music Entertainment Australia, are approaching 200 Million combined video views to date. All three songs are available as a bundle, and as a part of The Chainsmokers' building album release strategy. The duo will continue to release singles in a cascading process that will repeat until the 12-song finished product is released in December.
The Chainsmokers brought their Memories… Do Not Open Tour to Australia in October last year, entertaining audiences in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. Whilst the dynamic duo have just closed the European leg of the tour, The Chainsmoker's are keen to upkeep their live performing status, continuing their Las Vegas residency at XS Nightclub, along with many additional tour dates across the globe scheduled for this year. For a full list of shows, go HERE.
To date, The Chainsmokers have totalled 20 billion in cumulative radio audience, 10 billion global streams, 6 billion video views and 2 million tickets sold, an outstanding achievement for the progressive pop act, and a credit to their musical partnership. Additionally, the duo recently became one of 15 artists ever to have three or more videos cross 1 billion views (Don't Let Me Down ft. Daya official video, Something Just Like This with Coldplay lyric video and Closer ft. Halsey lyric video).