Speaking to Lowe about the album and their highly anticipated release with The Weeknd “Moth To The Flame” on the show earlier this week, Steve Angello said, “I think it’s not too far off, we’ve been working away obviously, and this is the third song and we’re close. Once we obviously come overseas and come see you, we should dive in. It’s a whole body of work. We should dive into it and just have some fun.”
Axwell went further to express how the trio themselves feel about this latest release saying, “It’s like when you actually cry to your own music” Lowe adds, “That’s when you know it’s good!” Axwell went on to say “It doesn’t happen with every song, but when it does, that’s like a mind fudge, like a warp zone. You’re like I’m crying to a song like somebody else made it, but actually, it’s us who made it. It’s an unreal feeling when you can connect with your own song even though you’ve heard it 10,000 times during the process.”
Swedish House Mafia has been busy and made sure they’re in the news almost on the daily, the past couple of weeks. From announcing their return to Coachella to the new album world tour and not to forget the extremely anticipated collaboration with The Weeknd, the Swedes are leaving no stones unturned to cement their comeback.
H/T – DJ Mag
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