After uploading all black cover photos onto their individual fan pages just after 9 PM (CET), Swedish House Mafia announced at 11:07 PM (CET) sharp in a heartfelt message to their 3 million Facebook fans that they are about to embark on their last tour as an internationally acclaimed DJ trio. Coming as an utter shock to most fans across the globe, the aftermath of one last summer residency at Ushuaia, the landmark showcase at Milton Keynes Bowl on July 14th and a notable first homeland show at the end of the year will see Swedish House Mafia step away from the decks one final time to most likely put their efforts into further forging their paths as highly successful solo artists.
With their sixth and probably final single ‘Don’t You Worry Child‘ set for release July 16th and a second documentary on the way, Swedish House Mafia will be signing off after years of pioneering the global Dance music scene with a homecoming performance at Stockholm’s Friends Arena on November 24th.
The final leg of the Swedish House Mafia journey will be announced in August.
Update: Swedish House Mafia have announced that the interview with Sebastian Ingrosso in Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet is fictional. Stand by as we await the official reason(s). Post re-edited.
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