Swedish House Mafia and The Weeknd – The Making of Moth To A Flame | Vevo Footnotes
Shot in both Stockholm and Los Angeles, “Moth To A Flame” is strikingly cinematic. A throng of naked people, directed by Alexander Wessely, is in motion. The artists’ collab gains clout from their shared chemistry. The Swedish House Mafia says that their alignment with The Weeknd was comfortable from the start, and they both parties are from the same “family.” The song, from the trio’s upcoming ‘Paradise Forever’ album due in 2022, has the kind of drama that makes grandiose notions sail from the speakers – graceful yet powerful. SHW recently announced their first world tour since 2019, with an enormous 44 cities on the itinerary. Examine the visuals closely when you’re rolling through this edition of ‘Footnotes.’ The trio says they’ve left clues to a secret or two in the closing images.
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