This is now official, new Swedish House Mafia's track 'Greyhound' was played ....
With the notoriety of being one of the most secretive, talented, friendly groups in the EDM scene, yet still knowing how to throw a party unlike any other, the Swedish House Mafia returns with their newest single sponsored by the newest Absolut drink also entitled Greyhound. This is the first of many collaborations between Absolut and artists to promote drinking and music. While the other Swedish export is still coming off a very massive show at Madison Square Garden where Greyhound was first previewed, the group goes on tour right before their next big show during Miami Music Week, their own Masquerade Motel, which will feature some of their signed artists and friends including Alesso, Thomas Gold, and more, while they wait in anticipation for their Milton Keynes Bowl show in front of 60,000 people. For other tracks that the trio has already produced and are readying for release on their new album, there's no telling what they might be, proving next to go to all the boundaries in the music industry: from progressive collaborations with Laidback Luke, to an electro collaboration with Knife Party, and now a track for one of the most popular alcohol companies.
Greyhound isn't a just another Swedish House Mafia track, but also an industry changing track. Starting off with slight guitar sounds similar to the 2011 version of Steve Angello's forthcoming single Yeah, building up into a combination between high progressive electro sounds with dubstep influenced voice wobbles. With support from piano influences, the track builds into high chords keeping suspense at a high. As you hear the track build upon itself again with a new rise, the track builds and drops with all the parts playing together. Greyhound just shows the strong production capability of the Swedish producers.
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