With an impending split on the cards, Swedish House Mafia’s last UK performance at Milton Keynes Bowl was always going to be special. But having skilfully teased fans about an emotional track to follow their latest original release ‘Greyhound‘ since their Australian tour earlier this year, the 65 000 strong crowd at the legendary England venue watched as the Swedish trio at last premiered their sixth and potentially final single ‘Don’t You Worry Child’. Dealing in distinct bursts of elusive synth play and emotive vocals, courtesy of John Martin, ‘Don’t You Worry Child’ sees them outsource their unique floor filling intellect to round off the acclaimed studio output of Swedish House Mafia with utmost ease.
No word on the release date yet. (No, it’s not July 16)
Update (29/7): Good quality video footage of Swedish House Mafia playing the track at Tomorrowland, courtesy of Tomorrowland TV
Update (9/8): It will be premiered on Pete Tong’s Essential Selection August 10.
Update (10/8): Listen to a high-quality rip of “Don’t You Worry Child” HERE.
Swedish House Mafia playing the track at Milton Keynes Bowl: