The long awaited day has finally arrived as the Swedish trio’s last hurrah comes in the form of their release Don’t You Worry Child. Featuring the mesmerizing and entrancing vocals by Swedish born John Martin, discovered by the Mafia and brought to fame in their prior hit Save The World, Don’t You Worry Child illustrates for better or for worse how the Swedish House Mafia has evolved and changed over the past years. From stunning the Electronic Dance Music scene with their announcement of forging the most successful trio in the history of the genre, to their split that shocked the world around, these three men have greatly helped shape the current EDM landscape. SHM have grabbed headlines around the globe countless times over, bringing our scene and culture to a greater set of eyes than we could have ever imagined and as such we thank them.
Don’t You Worry Child is a message to us the fans and child, to not fret and not worry as while the Mafia is soon to be part of history, their legacy holds true and dear. While some might be disappointed with their last musical addition, it is what you make of it, and this couldn’t be more true than with the song that made Sebastian Ingrosso claim it would make a grown man cry. To those three men, that song, the last piece that they will ever make together, is worth crying for. As such we should each have our own meaning attached to Don’t You Worry Child, and while most of us won’t cry when hearing it, we will at the very least remember this: “we came, we raved, we loved.”
Thank you SHM.
Update: In the official video, SHM reveal a website titled http://onelasttour.com/ which reveals two things: 1) A soundtrack and 2) A potential world tour with dates and locations to be announced very soon. Stay tuned for more.
The Official Video of Don’t You Worry Child is out now!
Swedish House Mafia feat. John Martin – Don’t You Worry Child (Original Mix)
Swedish House Mafia feat. John Martin – Don’t You Worry Child (Acoustic)
Swedish House Mafia will performing its last show in Stockholm on November 24th, read more: here