Swedish House Mafia’s Iconic “Don’t You Worry Child” Turns 10

Swedish House Mafia’s Iconic “Don’t You Worry Child” Turns 10

On September 14, 2012, Swedish house mafia would change the music industry forever with the release of ‘don’t worry child‘, who is now 10 years old. During this decade, a lot has changed for the trio, both individually and as a trio.

On that fateful day a whole decade ago, Axwell, Sebastien Ingrosso and Steve Angelo would change the music scene forever with the release of what is considered their greatest track of all time, “Don’t You Worry Child”. At the time, this would signal what everyone would think was the permanent end of the Swedish House Mafia’s journey, as this was the final release before they disbanded in 2013.

In a way, ‘Don’t You Worry Child’ represents the closed chapter of what can be considered the ‘first half’ of the Swedish House Mafia’s career, with this ‘Heaven again‘era and first single’It’s getting better‘ representing the renaissance era. Although we are fully in the middle of this darker musical journey and they show no signs of returning to their euphoric and feel-good progressive house ways, its days like this are perfect for reminiscing about what they gave us. Fans will know that the track’s production journey was shrouded in tension between the three members, which was brought to light in the 2014 documentary. leave the world behindbut it gave fans some of the happiest memories to date.

Featuring the unrivaled and gripping voice of a long-time collaborator John Martin who breathes life into these unforgettable lyrics, he would then be nominated for a grammys in the Best Dance Recording category at the 2013 awards show, and would also earn them their second No. 1 single on the Billboard Dance/Mix Show Airplay charts.

With a music video filmed on location at the Milton Keynes Bowl during their final UK performance before the split, you can relive all those nostalgic memories below.

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