Swedish House Mafia Unveils Surprise Holiday Giveaway With Extended ‘Moth To A Flame’ Mix With The Weeknd


Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from Swedish House Mafia.

In an unforeseen event question and answer session in one of the trio’s Discord channels on Thanksgiving night, Sebastian Ingrosso unloaded a slew of mafia bombs from the Swedish house surrounding what the trio had looming. Heaven again. One of those teasers was that a “dub mix” of “Moth To A Flame” with The Weeknd had been created and would be coming much sooner rather than later. No one would guess when “soon” but wrapping it as a Christmas present seemed like the ultimate game, with Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso and Steve Angello proving they had similar reasoning.

The Swedish House Mafia is no stranger to lengthening past releases with extended mixes considering the five-minute promotion of “Euphoria” with Usher – their undisputed greatest work to date – on their 2012 LP compilation. , Until now. Axwell had shared a six second preview of what was supposed to be the slightly edited version of “Moth To A Flame” earlier in December, and the final product is everything we could dream of, and more. “Moth To A Flame” may have only undergone a few subtle changes, but each variation takes the third Heaven again celibate to another state of bliss. While the original has a smoother essence, the Swedes set a faster pace on their last delivery with a one-minute entry and end, a much more powerful bassline, heavenly progression with the vocals of The Weeknd Lighting the Way, and a marginal overhaul of his lead role, which collectively give “Moth To A Flame” a more house-centric tone that is expected to end as the included version in the middle of the album’s tour. next summer.

The extended version is only available through Amazon Music at the moment, but the streaming link will be updated if added to Spotify or Apple Music.

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Tags: Paradise Again, Swedish House Mafia, The Weeknd

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