Swedish House Mafia Signs With Columbia Records

1 surefire way to tell there is a major artist going to release music is when they sign a new recording deal, also Swedish House Mafia has signed with Columbia Records. According to Variety, Sony-owned Columbia Records was in a bidding war with Universal-owned Republic Records but came out with the win.

It s been rumored for almost a year that Swedish House Mafia has new music ever since its reunion at Ultra Music Festival in Miami in 2018. The group has continued to tease out new tour dates in 2019, including looks at major international festivals, as well as a recently hinted return to Los Angeles.

Swedish House Mafia’s last music has been released in 2012, together with their debut record Until Now, featuring hits Don’t You Worry Child” and “Save The World. ”

Steve Angello, in particular, was vocal and sounds excited about the prospect of getting back on the road and putting music out.

“Yes, absolutely, Swedish House Mafia is back,” that he said to a Swedish news book in August 2018. “Now during summertime everybody is traveling a lot, however rsquo; ve & we entered the studio. I can’t actually say more, however we’t decided that: ‘Here we go. ’”

With over three weeks left before Swedish House Mafia’s shows back in Stockholm, it’s safe to presume that we could hear music ahead of time.

Columbia Records additionally lately signed Gesaffelstein and boasts the most legendary Daft Punk.

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