Swedish House Mafia about to split!

Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso, and Steve Angello recently announced through that their next tour will be their farewell tour. The message on their website reads: “Today we want to share with you that the tour we are about to go on will be our last. We want to thank every single one of you that came with us on this journey. We came, we raved, we loved,” The three Swedes formed Swedish House Mafia in 2008, and produced one studio album “Until One” and several singles, some in collaboration with others. The three joined their unique talents to create one of dance music’s most successful “bands”. They dominated music festivals such as Coachella, sold out their Madison Square Garden concert, and hosted Masquerade Motel in Miami. They were also an inspiration to artists such as Calvin Harris, Thomas Gold, Dirty South, Max Vangeli & AN21, Afrojack, Junior Sanchez, and Alesso.
The EDM pioneers caused that a number of their fellow DJ’s and musicians publicly responded to their announcement. David Guetta tweeted “I just heard @swedishousemfia are gonna split. I hope it’s not true They are really special,” Zedd wrote: “Well … @swedishousemfia will be a legend for ever!” These are just two of the countless acknowledgments to this disappointing message.
It would be wrong to say that the fun is over. Swedish House Mafia will make appearances all around the world during their tour this summer. The Swedes also plan to release a new single, titled “Don’t You Worry Child.” SHM will be seen in Milton Keynes Bowl in England on July 14, at Ushuaia in Ibiza from July 4 until August 29, and will perform at various music festivals throughout the summer. They will announce the final steps of their tour, along with their dates in the U.S., in August.
If you’re a fan book your tickets now, because as sad as it sounds, you might never hear them together again.


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