The Chainsmokers Wipe Social Media Clean And Announce Break

The Chainsmokers left their 8.2 million Instagram followers feeling a little confused after deleting almost all of the posts on their account on Tuesday.

Drew Taggart and Alex Pall are one of the biggest acts in the world, with hit tracks like “Don’t Let Me Down” and “The One”.

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In the singular post left on their Instagram page, the artists explained the move, revealing that they will be taking a break from social media in order to concentrate on their fourth album.

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They statement read: “We are going to be taking some time to create our next chapter in music. We have never been more inspired and are already hard at work on TCS4 but we are going to be taking a break from social media (minus a few obligations) to give it the attention it needs.”

Despite their social media hiatus, the Chainsmokers aren’t going to completely disappear anytime soon.

The band are set to continue their Las Vegas residency at XS, with tour dates at festivals like Electric Daisy Carnival lined up later in the year.

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The guys dropped their last album World War Joy back in December.

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