The Weeknd and Swedish House Mafia released the song "Moth To A Flame"

Popular artist The Weeknd and Sweedish House Mafia presented the song “Moth To A Flame” and their collaboration surprised many. The song will be on the return album of the band "Paradise Again", which announces the tour they are planning for 2022.

The Weeknd and Swedish House Mafia released the song "Moth To A Flame"

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In the early 2010s, Swedish House Mafia dominated the electronic music space, leading music festivals around the world and releasing hit songs that marked the peak of the genre’s popularity. The band - consisting of Swedish producers Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso, and Steve Angello - had their last joint performance at the Ultra Music Festival in 2013, but continued to work for years to come.

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Axwell and Ingrosso began performing together as Axwell Λ Ingrosso in 2014, and in 2018 all three DJs reunited on the Ultra stage in Miami, and the following year they embarked on a reunion tour.

Now the band has teamed up with The Weeknd for the song "Moth To A Flame", the latest single from their upcoming album "Paradise Again".

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The album is due out next year and will coincide with their "Paradise Again" tour, during which they will travel through North America and Europe in the summer and fall of 2022. The song comes after their comeback single "It Gets Better" and collaboration with Ty Dolla $ign and 070 Shake on the song "Lifetime".

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Weeknd is also preparing for 2022, for which he has announced a tour that will partly follow the latest album "After Hours", and at the same time, he is preparing his new, fifth album in a row.

With its return, the Swedish House Mafia is trying to revive the electro-dance music genre in a completely new way that brings sound in the 2020s.

Check out the song here!

By: Sarah R.