The Chainsmokers' Drew Taggart Opens Up About Depression & The Change In Their Songs

The Chainsmokers have taken a darkish, introspective flip with their music, as heard with “Sick Boy” and “Everybody Hates Me.” As it seems, the duo’s music has been considerably of an open e book. Now, Drew Taggart is talking out about his struggles with melancholy in a letter to followers.

“Songwriting is my remedy,” he begins out. “I handled melancholy for what most would name the peak of The Chainsmokers profession to date.”

The Chainsmokers are definitely on high of their sport, and from the skin trying in it looks as if they’re doing higher than ever. In some methods, that’s true. But, for Taggart, he’s studying to not conceal his emotions behind a smile.

“You’d assume that an artist getting their first huge break and seeing success in a profession they love would haven't any issues, however that’s the humorous factor about melancholy. It’s doesn’t matter what you’ve achieved as a result of it assaults how you're feeling about it.”

Through all of it, songwriting has turn into his saving grace. Taggart says it wasn’t till he started placing emotions into his songs that he began to really feel higher. His whole assertion is under.

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Drew Taggart On Depression