The Chainsmokers, an American DJ duo comprised of Drew Taggart and Alex Pall, announced on Monday their debut album and upcoming tour. This comes after the release of their latest single “Paris.”


The duo took to Twitter to share the exciting news, announcing their first full-length album and their tour “Memories: Do Not Open.” The news was accompanied by a picture of their upcoming tour’s poster, which showcased the schedule for their 40-day tour.

Rumors about a potential album had surfaced last September, when The Chainsmokers’ members Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall opened up about releasing a possible album. The pair stated that they would release “a potential album” but it’d be “up to their fans if they want one.”

Just last week, before the band’s official announcement, Coldplay’s frontman Chris Martin had leaked info about the new album. On Sunday, January 22, Martin tweeted on Coldplay’s official account, “Excited for @thechainsmokers’ album; I’ve heard some songs and I love them. cm.”


Despite the spilled beans, fans of The Chainsmokers are surely stoked to hear the official announcement of the exciting debut album and tour.

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