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Reps for the Swedish DJ cite his busy summer and the pressure of delivering his 'Stories' album as contributing factors to the decision to reschedule all the remaining 2015 shows for next year.
The EDM/country track is set to be featured on the Swedish DJ's sophomore effort, 'Stories', which is due out later this year.
The Swedish DJ previewed the new song called 'Heaven' featuring vocals from the Coldplay frontman while headlining the Future Music Festival in Perth, Australia.
Sweden is also honoring three other musicians by featuring their faces on postage stamps which will be out in the European country starting from January 15.
The new track is the first track to have been released from the Swedish superstar's upcoming album, the follow-up to 2013's 'True'.
The Swedish DJ is 'taking a break at home in Stockholm so he can regain his strength and physical well-being before the release of a new album project next year.'
The 'Wake Me Up' hitmaker says that the follow-up to 2013's 'True' will be 'a lot more song-oriented.'
Around 38 concertgoers, who are mostly aged between 16 and 25, are transported from TD Garden to nearest hospitals after consuming 'a dangerous substance.'
The three superstars will be joined by Brazilian singer Alexandre Pires to perform the anthem called 'Dar um Jeito (We Will Find a Way)'.
Deadmau5 is added to the festival's line-up after the Swedish DJ is 'currently being evaluated for a potential surgery to remove his gallbladder.'
The Swedish DJ has been discharged from hospital, but there's still no word on what's wrong with him.
The singer shares two Instagram photos of her posing with the DJ, whom she calls 'Viking Leader,' and says that they already have 'so many great songs.'
Like a movie trailer, the video tells a brief story of two lovebirds robbing places to get the kind of luxury they want.
The Swedish DJ's new music video follows a man who gets into a fight with another man in order to win a beautiful waitress' heart.
The Swedish DJ says the lyrics of his hit, 'Wake Me Up', was penned by Aloe Blacc in 'a couple of hours.'