The long-awaited "Moth To A Flame" has finally arrived alongside the announcement of a massive, 44-date global tour.
Stream the live YouTube premiere of the "Moth to a Flame" music video inside.
The Weeknd and Swedish House Mafia's forthcoming collaboration, dubbed "Moth to a Flame," drops this week.
This week, Tomorrowland's One World Radio will examine the impact of Swedish electronic music greats such as Alesso and Laidback Luke.
The legendary DJ trio are embroiled in the controversial Pandora Papers leak, which exposed secretive financial data tied to dozens of billionaires, celebrities, and business leaders.
The legendary trio's comeback campaign will shift into high gear at Audacy Beach Festival, where they'll be joined by Weezer, All Time Low and more.
The gigantic soundtrack features 122 songs that represent 27 different countries.
Many fans believed a teaser shared earlier in the week by the iconic dance music trio referenced an upcoming collab with The Weeknd. Not quite.
Swedish House Mafia also appeared at the 2021 MTV VMAs, where they performed a medley of "It Gets Better" and "Lifetime" while teasing the unreleased collab.
Most of all, the poll reminded us just how great the early 2010's were for dance music.
Swedish House Mafia seem poised to kick their comeback into overdrive with another televised performance.
According to The Weeknd, his next album was inspired in part by the legendary trio of Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso, and Steve Angello.
The iconic trio cycled through a number of their generational dance anthems as well as tracks by Daft Punk, Eric Prydz, and more.
A confluence of musical and business-related factors is fueling speculation that the Weeknd and Swedish House Mafia are working on music together.
The trio's two new tracks, "Lifetime" and "It Gets Better," made their live TV debut.
"Lifetime," which features Ty Dolla $ign and 070 Shake, will appear on a new Swedish House Mafia album in the works.
New major releases include tracks from Swedish House Mafia, deadmau5, ILLENIUM and more.
The superstar trio spoke with Apple Music about their long-anticipated return.
A source close to the fabled electronic music trio tells us they are set to release a new song on Thursday, July 15th.
The poster was spotted by an eagle-eyed Reddit user over the weekend.ekend.
Sal Slaiby's current roster also includes Doja Cat, Ty Dolla $ign, and French Montana, among others.
A recording called "Not Yesterday," penned by Swedish House Mafia, was listed by performance-rights organization ASCAP and Universal Music Group.