"Stay and play that Blink-182 track/ That we beat to demise in Tucson" turns into a actuality.
The Chainsmokers have develop into the form of stars that may outline a technology of music tastes. Songs like "Closer" and "Paris" are simply too massive to ever be really forgotten, and there are children who will sooner or later revisit these hits with a heat nostalgia that'll final all through the many years. The similar is true for pop-punk idols Blink-182. Take Off Your Pants and Jacket is a sonic bible for a lot of millennials -- The Chainsmokers included. The dance-pop duo even name-drops the trio within the lyrics of "Closer" ("Stay and play that Blink-182 track/ That we beat to demise in Tucson").
Of course, nobody is extra enthusiastic about the truth that The Chainsmokers and Blink-182 simply wrote a track collectively than Alex Pall and Drew Taggart themselves.
"Just did a session with blink182 and wrote an incredible track," the duo tweeted. "We can die completely happy now."
For their half, Blink-182 retweeted the remark with an emoji of two beer steins cheersing. We'll have to attend to listen to the fruits of this labor, however seeing that The Chainsmokers have lately experimented with extra rockin' guitar-laden tunes, we anticipate one thing emotional, high-energy and possibly good for radio.
Check The Chainsmokers' tweet under, and look out for the upcoming tunage (hopefully) quickly to come back.
Just did a session with blink182 and wrote an incredible track. We can die completely happy now