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 have shared a new single.
A week on from the release of their first track in almost a decade - 'It Gets Better' - the EDM supergroup have dropped 'Lifetime'. Featuring Ty Dolla $ign and 070 Shake, the track comes accompanied by a video by art director Alexander Wessely. Watch it below.
Swedish House Mafia joined Zane Lowe on Apple Music 1 earlier this week to chat about their return single, ‘It Gets Better’.
The trio shared the new track on Wednesday (14th July). Accompanied by a cinematic video directed by Alexander Wessely, it is the EDM supergroup’s first new music in almost a decade.
It’s the first in what is expected to be a lot of new music from the group, who told Lowe that the release is “the start” of a reunion that was spurred on by the pandemic.
Swedish House Mafia have released a new track.
After reports surfaced back in February that the EDM supergroup — made up of Sebastian Ingrosso, Axwell, and Steve Angello — had returned to the studio to work on a new project together, the trio have dropped 'It Gets Better' - their first track in almost a decade.
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 appear to be back in the studio, according to some cryptic social media posts from their team.
Instagram videos from the EDM trio’s manager Max Holmstrand and art director Alexander Wessely – both of which you can see below – have been circulating in the past 24 hours, appearing to hint that some sort of project is in the works. Fans have been speculating about various elements of the videos, including the appearance of the trio’s speaking voices, what sounds like new music, and what appears to be the mysterious filming of some artistic visuals.
Tomorrowland has named Avicii's 'Levels' as the biggest track in the festival’s history.
In the second edition of Tomorrowland’s Top 1000 poll, a publicly-voted round-up of its most memorable anthems, fans chose the late EDM legend's breakthrough track as their No.1, knocking Swedish House Mafia's 'One' from the top spot.
Axwell’s Axtone announced new mix series for Diplo’s radio show, Revolution, earlier this week.
The radio show, titled Axtone’s House Party, kicked off yesterday and can be streamed monthly on every first Thursday via SiriusXM.
Previous releases on Axwell’s imprint, Axtone, include big names in the likes of Camelphat, Klahr, Simon Ray, as well several of the label head's own releases.
Swedish House Mafia are working on new music with American hip-hop producer, Mike Dean.
The producer, who has worked with the likes of 2Pac, Kanye West, Jay-Z and Travis Scott, posted a picture to Instagram of him working alongside SHM in the studio.
The picture shows Steve Angello and Sebastian Ingrosso, working alongside fellow Swedish producer Magnus Lidehäll and Mike Dean, and captioned "COOKIN IN THE STUDIO WITH SWEDISH HOUSE MAFIA".
Swedish House Mafia (SHM) have launched a competition to offer 33 of their fans the prize of a lifetime.
The EDM supergroup, comprising of Axwell, Steve Angello and Sebastian Ingrosso, have shared that the lifetime pass will include free access to all future SHM performances, exclusive merchanised and various other events.
The competition appeared on the SHM website, accompanied by the message "We see you, we hear you, we love you. Thank you."