The newly-released track is the third single off the house music supergroup's forthcoming album called 'Paradise Again', which is set to be dropped in early 2022.

AceShowbiz - Swedish House Mafia has double treats for their fans. After releasing the single "Moth to a Flame" featuring The Weeknd, the Swedish house music supergroup announced the first global tour in nearly a decade.

The group, which consists of Axwell, Steve Angello and Sebastian Ingrosso, shared the announcement on Instagram on Friday, October 22. " 'PARADISE AGAIN WORLD TOUR 2022'. General on sale Oct 29 at 10am local time. Pre-order PARADISE AGAIN now for early access to tickets. Link in bio," they wrote on Instagram.

The trio will tour across the United States and Canada starting from July 29 at Miami's FTX Arena until mid-September at San Francisco's Chase Center. They will continue to Europe, kicking off at Manchester's AO Arena on September 29 and rounding off at the Uros Arena in Tampere, Finland on November 13.

The announcement arrived just hours after Swedish House Mafia dropped their collaboration with The Weeknd called "Moth to a Flame". On the track, the "Save Your Tears" crooner sings about being a better partner for someone who is dating someone else.

"But does he know you call me when he sleeps?/ But does he know the pictures that you keep?/ But does he know the reasons that you cry?" the ex-boyfriend of Selena Gomez sings in the chorus. "Or tell me, does he know where your heart lies?/ Where it truly lies."

As for the visual, it features a plethora of naked bodies sharing intimate moments on top of each other. The Weeknd is hardly recognizable in the clip as he hides behind glasses and a black puffy jacket.

"Moth to a Flame" is the third single off Swedish House Mafia's upcoming album "Paradise Again", which is set to be dropped in early 2022. They previously released "It Gets Better" and "Lifetime", the latter of which featuring Ty Dolla $ign and 070 Shake.

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