Swedish House Mafia in India this November

Published: 28th September 2012 11:35 AM  |   Last Updated: 28th September 2012 11:35 AM   |  A+A-


When the band Swedish House Mafia made an announcement of disbanding, many fans across the globe were left heartbroken. However, to compensate for that, the EDM trio has announced the final leg of their world tour — appropriately titled One Last Tour.

This will be their most extensive and extravagant tour till date, and will kickstart in Dubai on November 16. Immediately after that, the trio will come straight to India — to perform in Mumbai on November 17 and in Delhi on November 18. Post this, the band will travel across continents — making their debut in Russia and South Africa.

The band will also release a compilation album titled Until Now, which will be the official soundtrack to One Last Tour.

The album will also serve as the set list for their upcoming tour comprising of 22 tracks the trio have planned to perform.

The follow up to their double gold-selling mix album Until One, the new album will feature a unique collection of Swedes’ original tracks, remixes, exclusive collaborations, club favourites and solo productions.

Until Now will include their global club anthems like Don’t You Worry Child, Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall”, Calling, In My Mind, Lights, Euphoria and many more previously unreleased tracks.

 Speaking from across the globe, Steve Angello from Swedish House Mafia reiterates, “We are extremely excited to connect with our fans in India and India was a strong contender on our final tour touring calendar. This is going to be our last tour to India for the very first time and we are hoping you are ready.”

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