The Chainsmokers is a unique band whose style and variety have bred a new standard to the presentations that they selflessly gave to the audience. They are known for moving crowds and audiences alike in unison as they extract only the most pristine notes from their mental and musical vocabularies to wow and pull in the audiences every time. Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart are the tag team who embraced the change that the music industry needed to evolve into because their influence and effect on those who listened to their music. They possess several flows to their music and their music possesses the truth of what it is that is happening deep within the confines of Alex’s and Andrew’s mind. Their passion for sound combined with the radical truths they speak through the microphone draw out the inspiration and adventurous spirit in all humans everywhere. They have honed inspirational sources from Blink 182, Explosions In The Sky, and The XX so they can then add their own flare and sense of identity to the mix to create something beautiful. One of their songs named Sick Boy stands out from the rest of them however. This song Sick Boy augments facts that come with being a regular user of social media. The song also reflects their honest views on the struggles surrounding their line of work because social media is so critical for marketing and distribution when it comes down to just dealing with the adverse psychological things a lot of time on social platforms can take on a person. Narcissistic attributes are what describe the culture of social media as well, and this is the direction it seems that the band has taken on due to their surrounding art such as Selfie and Everybody hates me. While other musicians hide behind their disc jockeys to leave out the more human qualities rarely heard in such genres as electronic music, the Chainsmokers have broken up that pattern of the status quo and have released their vulnerability, openness, and humanness into the very forefront of what it is they actually are trying to say.