Swedish House Mafia Documentary, "Leave The World Behind,"  To Be Premiered At SXSW

Swedish House Mafia Documentary, "Leave The World Behind," To Be Premiered At SXSW

by Mikey Lavery
01.10.2014

I'm sure you remember three DJs who went under the name Swedish House Mafia? You must have heard of them. The were pretty big for a number of years, had a few big tracks and retired last year. Ring any bells?

We joke, of course. It's no secret that Swedish House Mafia were, and arguably still are, the biggest electronic act to grace the electronic dance music scene. When their 2013 farewell tour sold out across the globe and their monster smash, "Don't you Worry Child," hit number six in Billboard's Hot 100 last spring, we all secretly knew that we would hear from them again. And we weren't wrong.

Earlier today, the trio took to Twitter to announce that their documentary they teased us with last year, titled “Leave the World Behind”, will be getting it's premier this March at the SXSW Film Music and Interactive Festival in Austin, Texas. Although there has been no official word of a reunion--we do, however, advise you to watch this space, it'll come, trust us--it will be interesting to see if Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso, and Steve Angello make it to the premier. It was well documented that they were looking for some well earned time apart from each other and follow their solo careers.

For more info, go to the leave the world behind website.

Check out the teaser below:



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