“We need to stop to breathe it in a little bit, ‘cuz everything went so fast… so big.” said Sebastian Ingrosso, hours before Swedish House Mafia would play their final UK show at Milton Keynes Bowl. The venue packed with 60,000 fans has been the Swedes’ biggest show since selling out Madison Square Garden, and like their NYC affair, they have brought a brand new track. In December, it was “Greyhound,” tonight, it was the highly anticipated “Don’t You Worry Child.” Months back, the trio spoke to MTV of a new single that would make grown men cry, and after missing its proposed Coachella-debut, has finally been premiered across the pond. Take a listen to the live rip and let us know what you think of Swedish House Mafia’s latest — and apparently final — single.
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