Swedish House Mafia’s newest track is called “Greyhound” and the trio just debuted it officially on BBC Radio 1. Though we first heard it for ourselves at Madison Square Garden in December, they say they just finished it this morning and worked through the night to get it ready. Of course there’s no news on a release date, but listen to the MSG version below.
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