Don’t You Worry Child by Swedish House Mafia ft. John Martin
World famous EDM (electric dance music) artist Swedish House Mafia recently released its highly anticipated music video for their new hit, “Don’t You Worry Child ft. John Martin.” The song has quickly built up a reputation and is being played by DJs all over the world. Swedish House Mafia is no stranger to popularity of this sort from their songs. Most of their songs have completely taken over music festivals as well as radios. Released back in October, the song still has a high radio appearance and is played internationally.
The music video, directed by Christian Larson depicts a variety of live scenes from their new and final tour dubbed, “One last tour,” in reference to their hit song “One.” Larson does a superb job of outlining the emotions expressed and felt at one of their shows. Through use of sweeping camera views and slow motion video, one is inclined to join the party. The video itself uses a variety of video effects and outlines the sense of community and an uncanny love expressed by Swedish House Mafia’s fans. The excitement and energy generated can be felt by all, whether familiar to dance music or completely new to it.
The new “rave” culture, as many young people all calling it, is becoming extremely popular with acts such as Swedish House Mafia, Deadmau5, and David Guetta among others leading it. The music video does a great job of expressing why one would be led to attend such an event. The use of lasers in addition to other special effects in combination with an upbeat and addictive song comes together to produce what one could describe as a pure, unadulterated, and hidden bliss.
The video also hints to the groups end. Swedish House Mafia after many years of playing dance music across the globe has decided to break up and stop producing music. While the music may be gone, the legacy and culture they left is as strong as ever. The music video shows the unbelievable dedication expressed by their fans. Their last tour will end at Ultra Music Festival in Miami where Swedish House Mafia’s final performance will end the festival.