Swedish House Mafia have confirmed their new album, 'Paradise Again', is coming after unveiling a new single, 'Lifetime', with 070 Shake and Ty Dolla $ign earlier this week.
Swedish House Mafia posters have appeared at locations around the world apparently teasing something that will be revealed this Friday 17th July.
Details are scarce, but social media posts show a new poster campaign has launched, comprising three white dots on a black background, alongside the aforementioned date — which coincides with the second drop of Record Store Day 2021 releases.
Swedish House Mafia returned to the UK stage over the weekend with a headline appearance at Creamfields, their first appearance in the country since they last played the festival in 2011.
Being the master teases that they are, they couldn't leave the stage without hinting at some forthcoming news and at the tail-end of the show, a visual was displayed simply reading "06.09.19".
Swedish House Mafia recently premiered a brand new track called Underneath It All at their first first reunion gig of the year in Stockholm.
The track was one of a number of unreleased songs that the trio debuted during the show, which kicked off a busy summer of touring for them. It's not yet known whose vocals feature on the track which can be heard below, but the track maintains the anthemic singalong nature of past tracks from the Swedes.
The long-awaited reunion of Swedish House Mafia in their homeland has now taken place as three back-to-back dates at Stockholm's Tele2 Arena went ahead as planned.
Despite some issues involving travel to the shows for foreign fans, and the huge amount of pressure on the trio— AKA Sebastian Ingrosso, Axwell and Steve Angello— those in attendance were not disappointed.
Swedish House Mafia's reunion shows have been thrown into turmoil due to a Swedish pilot strike.
Hype has been building around the EDM super-group's dates since October, with performances set for Stockholm's Tele2 Arena on Thursday 2nd, Friday 3rd and Saturday 4th May. But staff at Scandinavian carrier SAS have staged a walkout after negotiations with management broke down.
Swedish House Mafia are opening a special photography and film exhibition later this month called 'Purgatorium'.
Calvin Harris is selling his Hollywood Hill’s luxury home just 16 months after buying it. The asking price is $5.75 million, though you can also rent it for $25,000 per month if you’re short.
At 6,000 square feet, it comes with a comfortable four bedrooms and six bathrooms. There’s also a home recording studio, obviously. Other amenities and features include a living room with chandeliers and parquet flooring, swimming pool, an outdoor shower and spiral staircase, and decking with views across the city.
Swedish House Mafia are set to perform at the Singapore Grand Prix 2019.
Swedish House Mafia have signed to Columbia Records.
The trio - comprised of Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso and Steve Angello - opted for the Sony Music Entertainment-owned U.S record label over the advances of Universal Music Group imprint, Republic Records.
Columbia is home to some of the world's biggest acts, including various electronic artists including Diplo, Calvin Harris, Gesaffelstein and LCD Soundsystem.