Ever since Swedish House Mafia announced plans to release new music, the EDM community have been on the lookout for any clues as to track release dates and names. Most recently, the registration of an unreleased track to the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) has caught our attention.
Titled "It Gets Better," the group, comprised of Axwell, Steve Angello and Sebastian Ingrosso, have been opening sets with the ID since returning from a five year hiatus last year. The track appeared on Shazam last month.
While the song still has no official release date, its registration with the ASCAP is promising. The performance-rights organization monitors and protects the copyrights on members' music, meaning that Swedish House Mafia might be planning to collect royalties on the song sometime soon.
Listen to a bootleg version of the song below.
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