One of the most recent successes of the group The Chainsmokers is High and the members of the band hope to be able to honor this song very much, with a very special performance, which is probably the most important3 of his career, and which has come to light this very week.
In a couple of years, the duo formed by Drew Taggart and Alex Pall will perform in a pressurized capsule tied to a stratospheric balloon that will depart 32 kilometers from Earth. In this way, they will become the first artists to perform on the edge of outer space.
A news that has given Ryan Hartman, CEO of space tourism company World View, to The Associated Press. According to his words, the members of the group will perform on a trip scheduled for the year 2024 and will record the performance from the capsule.
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“We have always dreamed of going to space and we love collaborating with World View to have this adventure and this experience,” the members of The Chainsmokers said in a statement. “We know the views from both Earth and space will be incredible and inspiring. and we look forward to harnessing this flight for creativity in future projects.”
For his part, the director of World View pointed out that “we think about inspiring new perspectives and how those new perspectives can lead us to a radically improved future for our Earth.” And he adds: “Being able to reach the public of The Chainsmokers through the work of Alex and Drew also contributes to our mission.. It is something that personally inspires and excites me.”
«I have seen firsthand how his music reaches very different groups, of very different ages, and how passionate they are about their music and their art. That coincides with the passion we have for what we do”, he explained about the reasons why he chose The Chainsmokers for the project.
The universe is alive with COLOR! We often think of the «blackness» of space and the infinite abyss. But this first photo from @NASAWebb reminds us that the colors of the universe can be just as vibrant as those here on Earth. More photos being released tomorrow! https://t.co/P86IIh9Bud
— World View (@WorldViewSpace) July 12, 2022