One surefire option to inform that a main artist goes to launch new music is after they signal a brand new report deal, and Swedish House Mafia has simply signed with Columbia Records. According to Variety, Sony-owned Columbia Records was in a bidding struggle with Universal-owned Republic Records however ultimately got here out with the win.
It’s been rumored for practically a 12 months now that Swedish House Mafia has new music coming, ever since their reunion at Ultra Music Festival in Miami in 2018. The group has continued to tease out new tour dates in 2019, together with appearances at main worldwide festivals, in addition to a just lately hinted return to Los Angeles.
Swedish House Mafia’s final unique music was launched in 2012, with their debut album Until Now, that includes hits like “Don’t You Worry Child” and “Save The World.”
Steve Angello, particularly, has been vocal in regards to the return of the group and appears excited in regards to the prospect of placing out new music and getting again on the street.
“Yes, absolutely, Swedish House Mafia is back,” he mentioned to a Swedish information publication in August 2018. “Now during summer everyone is traveling a lot, but we’ve entered the studio. I can’t really say much more, but we’ve decided that: ‘Here we go.’”
With lower than three months left till Swedish House Mafia’s first exhibits again in Stockholm, it’s protected to imagine that we’d hear new music earlier than then.
Columbia Records additionally just lately signed Gesaffelstein and boasts the legendary Daft Punk.
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