Before embarking on their last mega-tour, Swedish House Mafia asked fans to submit photos resembling their iconic three dot logo. Ranging from eggs and nail polish to bagels and bottle caps, the results are in — along with a five-minute mini-mix of their final album (released Monday), Until Now.
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