Axwell Returns To The Remix Game With Rework of Halsey’s ‘Graveyard’

Axwell, one third of the iconic Swedish House Mafia trio has just published his fresh new mix of Halsey’s ‘Graveyard’. Similar to his recent exports, this production presents a thrilling house beat together with the catchy aspects of Halsey’s original.

Whilst Axwell has been likely hard at work on new Swedish House Mafia music, he has also released his original ‘Nobody Else’ as well as a remix of Martin Solving and Jax Jones’ ‘All Day and Night’ and a cut of Redfield’s ‘Don’t Worry’ on his own imprint. All these releases have encompassed Axwell’s new bouncy house sound that he premiered with ‘Nobody Else’.

With this remix, Axwell has tweaked the vocals heavily, changing them from Halsey’s sweet sound to a darker and deeper vox. The punchy melody is spread evenly throughout the production, maintaining a consistent arrangement.

With new Swedish House Mafia music existing but not yet in our hands, receiving music such as this piece is refreshing and keeps us at ease. Once again Axwell has provided the goods in terms of a remix, we hope we seen another soon!





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