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The Chainsmokers will become the first artists to play at the edge of space

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With new advances in technology, artists are looking for different ways to add value to their concerts, from remote performances that have been explored thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, to projecting themselves as holograms. But thanks to developments in space, The Chainsmokers go one step further and take their music to the top by playing outside of Earthjust on the edge of space.

And it is that the duo made up of Drew Taggart and Alex Pall will join the new aerospace proposal by venturing to travel in a pressurized capsule linked to a stratospheric balloon that will reach the limit between our planet and space to perform their songs, thus becoming among the first musicians to play far from Earth.

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According to the Page Six portal, the space tourism company responsible for carrying out this feat, World View, said that The Chainsmokers will be on one of the inaugural flights scheduled for 2024.. The intention is to record the pair playing some of their songs while providing passengers with an out-of-this-planet musical experience.

“We have always dreamed of going into space and we are delighted to collaborate with World View to live this adventure and this experience”, the duo said in a statement. “We know the views of Earth and space are going to be amazing and inspiring and we hope to use this flight for creativity in future projects”.

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World View’s decision to consider The Chainsmokers for this type of adventure was inspired by the son of one of the company’s executives, explaining that thanks to him they were able to learn about the group’s impact with the younger generation and how much of that they can achieve by involving them in this issue of space.

“I just saw how his music reaches so many different groups, so many different age groups and how passionate they are about his music and his art. It coincides with our passion for what we do”said Ryan Hartman, CEO of the space company.

Source metroecuador.com

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