Swedish House Mafia’s “Save the World” turns 6 years old today
Swedish House Mafia is notorious for being three of electronic dance music’s biggest legends. With Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso, and Steve Angello making up one of the most prominent groups in history, the trio has collectively dominated the festival and club scene and has presented numerous game-changing records throughout their career.
Between their studio albums ‘Until One’ and ‘Until Now’, Swedish House Mafia have released multi-platinum recording hits such as “One (Your Name)”, “Miami 2 Ibiza”, “Greyhound”, and “Don’t You Worry Child”. In 2011, they also unveiled their progressive house masterpiece titled “Save the World“, which celebrates its six-year anniversary today.
Featuring the vocals of John Martin, “Save the World” became a crowd-favorite for many of Swedish House Mafia’s monumental live performances. With its uplifting melodies and synths, this track has not only brought out goosebumps, but has also caused tears to be shed. Resulting from its immense support, “Save the World” instantly became one of the trio’s most successful releases.
The song was once nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Dance Recording and peaked at the top spot of Billboard’s U.S. Hot Dance Club Songs music chart. In addition, the track has also received five platinum certifications in Sweden, proving it to be an absolute dance music hit for the ages.
Relive Swedish House Mafia’s “Save the World” below.