Last night, Swedish House Mafia played their first show, for a sold-out Tele2 Arena in Stockholm, since their official reunion at Ultra Music Festival last year. This show is the first of a world tour which will see the legendary trio travel to the likes of Mexico, Switzerland, Spain and the UK among other places, where fans will no doubt be excited to hear their greatest hits as well as some new upcoming music.
During yesterdays show, among the timeless classics played by Swedish House Mafia, including ‘Don’t You Worry Child’, ‘Greyhound’ and ‘Save The World’, they also included a brand new track rumoured to be a new ID from them. Fans online are calling it ‘Underneath It All’ and although nothing has been confirmed yet, it does sound like a signature Swedish House Mafia track, built around a hypnotic vocal hook and beautiful melodies which are uplifting and also create energy. The track also combines organic and orchestral elements in the break to give it even more tension.
Throughout their set, the trio kept it interesting by combining new and old music with edits and mashups. One of the most memorable moments was no doubt when they played an orchestral version of their hit single ‘One (Your Name)’.
You can check out a preview of ‘Underneath It All’ thanks to a video taken from the crowd via Twitter below. Also, be sure to follow Swedish House Mafia on their social media to keep up to date with upcoming music and tour announcements.
— Robin Tayger (@robintayger) May 2, 2019