Swedish House Mafia confirm new album is coming, perform tracks on Tonight Show: Watch

Swedish House Mafia confirm new album is coming, perform tracks on Tonight Show: Watch

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Swedish House Mafia have confirmed their new album, ‘Paradise Again’, is coming after unveiling a new single, ‘Lifetime’, with 070 Shake and Ty Dolla $ign earlier this week. 

The trio — Axwell, Steve Angello, and Sebastian Ingrosso —  appeared in an interview on Zane Lowe’s Apple Music 1 show, where they discussed the box-fresh track and a brand new album due later this year. This follows a series of teaser posters that appeared across the world last week.

“It’s 100% feel. I think this was the time where we sat down and we were just throwing ideas at each other of what kind of music we like, and this is boiling everything down to like, “What did we feel?” We came to a place, especially with this song, you feel great,” Angello said of ‘Lifetime’ in the interview. 

“It’s like, listen to the song, put on headphones, be in the subway, drive a car, go on a fucking walk. Do whatever you want…  It has substance, it’s depth. It’s like, Swedish House Mafia into a blender. This is what happens with this whole new album, man. It is a lot of things,” he continued. 

Further promises were made to fans on US TV staple ‘The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon’, broadcast on Monday 19th July, where Swedish House Mafia performed a medley of ‘Lifetime’ and ‘It Gets Better’. The latter is the second new tune unveiled by the outfit in the past week. 

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