With “Don’t You Worry Child” officially reaching iTunes on January 7th, Swedish House Mafia has released a two-minute video to relive the track’s production process. It all began in Sydney, Australia in early March, when Sebastian and Axwell sat in their garden in hopes to recreate their visual experience over looking the water. Noticeably in it’s early stages — without climactic drops — “Don’t You Worry Child” had Axwell choking up and left Sebastian with goosebumps. As for the rest of the track’s well-documented saga, well, we all know how that went.
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