Swedish House Mafia today unveiled the video for their final send-off, their big farewell single, "Don’t You Worry Child," and the tearjerker clip is a fitting goodbye for the beloved act.
Splicing of some of their final performances this summer, the video mostly features footage from the outfit’s wildly celebrated final UK show ever, at Milton Keynes Bowl last July. The event drew over 65,000 people. It also doesn't hurt that the track is among the very best the group has produced, ensuring that Swedish House Mafia goes into the night with heads held high:
The trio have had a profound impact on EDM and its future, and will undoubtedly be missed. The group will soon announce its final string of tour dates.
Also check out an "acoustic" synth-less version of their track with John Martin, which showcases the strength of Swedish House Mafia's songwriting abilities.
"This was important for us," Swedish House Mafia's Axwell told Rolling Stone. "A stripped-down version of the song that captures the essence of the message. The song hit us in the heart the first time we heard it acoustically in L.A. when John played it to us and we wanted to keep the song completely intact and produce it from where it began. It's the most emotional song we've done and this version really highlights it. There are a lot of cover versions popping up online where we see people have really felt the emotions. And that's been amazing to watch."