Royal Swedish Army

Watch: The Royal Swedish Army perform ‘Don’t You Worry Child’


Five years on from its release, the iconic Swedish House Mafia hit ‘Don’t You Worry Child‘ is still one of the most loved dance tracks of all time. It really is the whole package, moving vocals, euphoric chords, in the style of a true Swedish House Mafia anthem. In a surprise twist, the Royal Swedish Army performed a cover of the track, putting their own spin on the smash hit.

The Royal Swedish Army marching band puts on a yearly performance in celebration of King Carl Gustaf XVI’s birthday, but this year’s performance was certainly something extra special. It comes as no surprise that Sweden are proud of their iconic trio Swedish House Mafia, who have of course been missed since their split. Despite this, the music continues to live on, bringing back memories of one of the greatest DJ acts of all time.

Take a look at the video of the Royal Swedish Army putting their own spin on Swedish House Mafia anthem ‘Don’t You Worry Child’ at 6 minutes 30 seconds here.

H/T: EDMTunes





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