Swedish House Mafia finally release their debut album ‘Paradise Again’!
It’s indeed ‘Paradise Again’ for all of the dance music fans since their favorite music trio has returned, and not just as a group, but by releasing an album as well.
Swedish House Mafia group had set the pace for EDM back in 2010 before announcing their split up in 2012. Fans were left in shock when the split was announced since the band was at their peak and dominating the charts. The band announced their reunion after a surprise show at Ultra Music Festival’s 20th anniversary year. The band soon teased a lot of new music, collaborations, and more shows, building up anticipation for their upcoming album.
After releasing singles like the orchestral rework of ‘One’ in collaboration with Jocob Mühlrad, ‘Frankenstein’ with A$AP Rocky, ‘It gets better’, ‘Lifetime’ with Ty Dolla Sign and 070 Shake, the band went ahead to announce a major collaboration track titled ‘Moth To A Flame’ with The Weeknd which confirmed their return for perpetual.
The track became a global hit considering the popularity of both artists and was also performed live as the closing track in Coachella 2022 where both the artist performed a uniquely-stitched live set.
This was followed by an official performance in collaboration with Spotify to celebrate the release of their debut album ‘Paradise Again’, making them the first artist to be live-streamed by Spotify.
The 17 track album marks the emergence of new grittier sound by the trio focusing on mainly on house and its sub genres. Apart from the artist mentioned earlier the album features artists like Mapei, Connie Constance, Seinabo Sey, etc
Check out the full album here:
The trio is all set the take this album around the globe with their world tour being announced.
Check the dates below:
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