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Swedish House Mafia share ‘Ray Of Solar’ video: Watch

The light-and-dark themed visual arrives ahead of the Swedish trio’s forthcoming album

Black and white photo of a shadowy face
Dir. Alexander Wessely

Swedish House Mafia have shared a video for the recent single, ‘Ray of Solar’, alongside a bundle of remixes. Watch the visual below.

Released last month via Republic Records, ‘Ray of Solar’ is the second release from the trio’s forthcoming album, following on from recent single ‘See The Light’, featuring Philadelphia rapper Fridayyy.

Yesterday (13th September), the group revealed an accompanying music video, directed by the band’s creative director Alexander Wessley, and featuring a glowing dancer against a backdrop of shadowy figures.

“We are proud to finally share the ‘Ray of Solar’ video,” said the group, “a story about duality and how darkness bows to light."

The visual arrives amidst a packed schedule of remixes of the single, including re-imaginings by Mau P, Alex Wann & Sasson, and Swedish House Mafia themselves. A remix from Italian producer Anfisa Letyago will also drop on 22nd September.

The follow up to 2022’s ‘Paradise Again’ album is slated to arrive in the coming months. Steve Angello made the announcement during the closing moments of his set at Tomorrowland Belgium in July, alongside fellow Mafia member Sebastian Ingrosso.

“We’ve got one more song we want to play, and this one's a special one,” he said, addressing the festival crowd. “This is called ‘Ray of Solar’, and this is the new Swedish House Mafia song... This is coming on an album we’re dropping later this summer.”

Earlier this year, the trio of Steve Angello, Axwell, and Sebastian Ingrosso marked the end of the ‘Paradise Again’ album and tour era with a celebratory live edition of the record.

The 22-track collection features tracks from across the Swedish trio’s discography, including reworks of hits such as ‘Don’t You Worry Child’ – named Tomorrowland’s biggest anthem – ‘One’ and ‘Save The World’.

Watch the ‘Ray of Solar’ video below.