Watch Swedish House Mafia’s brand-new video ‘Heaven Takes You Home (Connie’s Lens)’
The tune includes a vocal from singer-songwriter Connie Constance.
Swedish House Mafia have today (July 18) shared a brand-new video for ‘Heaven Takes You Home (Connie’s Lens)’– check it out listed below.
The track features a vocal from singer-songwriter Connie Constance, that likewise directed the song’s accompanying visual.
Mentioning the track, Constance claimed: “It’s been the most amazing journey collaborating with Swedish House Mafia.
” From producing a gorgeous tune that is so dear to me, to after that routing the video, I can not be grateful enough for exactly how encouraging this procedure has actually been. Everyone you will see in this video and also the majority of the staff has actually altered my life in some form or type which feels advantageous as this tune is currently doing the same.
” I wanted to create a video for SHM that might be revealed at a wedding or sadly a funeral. I wish this video provides an understanding to the young daydreamers in the city as well as just how with each other we assist each-other pass all constraints and take over the globe … till paradise takes you home as well as you’ve obtained the most victorious tale to tell.”.
Have a look at the video here:.
Previously this year, Swedish House Mafia revealed that Grimes as well as Kaytranada would be openers for their upcoming tour.
The Scandinavian dance trio of Axwell, Steve Angello as well as Sebastian Ingrosso will certainly quickly head out on a world tour in support of ‘Paradise Again’, with Alesso, Zhu, Vintage Culture, Grimes, and also Kaytranada validated as opening up acts at different dates. They’ve additionally included some additional shows to the schedule– see complete dates below and acquire tickets right here.
29– FTX Arena, Miami.
31– Amway Center, Orlando.
2– Madison Square Garden, New York.
3– Madison Square Garden, New York.
5– Scotiabank Arena, Toronto.
7– îleSoniq Festival, Montreal.
9– TD Garden, Boston.
10– Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia.
11– Capital One Arena, Washington.
13– United Center, Chicago.
17– Little Caesars Arena, Detroit.
21– Ball Arena, Denver.
25– Moody Center, Austin.
26– American Airlines Center, Dallas.
27– Toyota Center, Houston.
2– T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas.
4– Pechanga Arena, San Diego.
9– Banc of California Stadium, Los Angeles.
13– Rogers Arena, Vancouver.
14– Climate Pledge Arena, Seattle.
16– Chase Center, San Francisco.
17– Chase Center, San Francisco.
29– AO Arena, Manchester.
30– OVO Hydro, Glasgow.
2– The O2, London.
6– 3Arena, Dublin.
8– Utilita Arena, Birmingham.
10– Accor Arena, Paris.
14– IFEMA Madrid Live, Madrid.
15– Altice Arena, Lisbon.
18– Mediolanum Forum, Milan.
19– Hallenstadion, Zurich.
21– Tauron Arena, Krakow.
22– O2 Arena, Prague.
25– Lanxess Arena, Cologne.
27– Olympiahalle, Munich.
29– Sportpaleis, Antwerp.
31– Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam.
3– Stadthalle, Vienna.
5– Festhalle, Frankfurt.
6– Mercedes-Benz Arena, Berlin.
8– Barclaycard Arena, Hamburg.
9– Royal Arena, Copenhagen.
11– Telenor Arena, Oslo.
13– Uros Arena, Tampere.
In a four-star testimonial of the new cd, NME said: “Swedish House Mafia’s launching cd sees the trio flexing their emotional as well as music muscle mass across 17 great, courageous and frequently shocking tracks. The kings of dancing songs are significantly back.”.