Sebastian Ingrosso talks to BBC, says ‘everything went so fast,’ new track to debut tonight
Sebastian Ingrosso has gone on record in an interview with BBC Radio 1’s Vernon Kay, discussing the rise of Swedish House Mafia and revealing some secrets about the trio. For starters, he says that the group will finally debut its newest track, reportedly titled “Don’t You Worry Child,” tonight at Milton Keynes Bowl in the UK. (You may remember that it was nearly completed around Coachella, but never came to fruition then.) He says that he’s actually working on it at the time of the interview, and that the guys will ride that out before starting to release more solo stuff.
When asked about their meteoric rise, he says that “it went big,” before adding that “we need to stop to breathe it in a little bit, ‘cuz everything went so fast… so big.” When asked about the highlights of their run, he mentions tonight’s Milton Keynes Bowl, Madison Square Garden, and the upcoming Friends Arena shows in Sweden. “I think looking back at it, every single show is a highlight.” He says it’s an “incredible feeling” to “make someone smile with something that you’ve created.”
Hear the whole interview for yourself at the link below, it starts around 1:47:30.
Via: BBC Radio 1