Prepare to be captivated by LEAVE THE WORLD BEHIND, the highly anticipated music documentary about the final moments of global music sensation Swedish House Mafia. The film will be released in U.S. cinemas beginning on March 27, 2014 for a special one-night presentation.
Executively produced by Jonas Åkerlund (Spun, Madonna: I’m Going to Tell You a Secret), the film was widely well received by critics and fans alike at the popular SXSW Film Festival on March 12. Fans in New York and Los Angeles also enjoyed a special preview screening on March 13, which sold out in a matter of minutes on both coasts with great rapture and success.
LEAVE THE WORLD BEHIND follows global music sensation Swedish House Mafia as they complete their “One Last Tour,” the largest worldwide electronic music tour in history with over 1,000,000 tickets sold worldwide in just one week. Director Christian Larson (Take One) captures the band’s decision to bring an end to their life’s biggest achievement in order to save their friendship. Audiences will get a front-row seat as Larson films the trio in an honest, raw, and emotional showcase of the group’s final chapter as electronic music’s finest.
Swedish House Mafia has sold over 1.7 million albums worldwide with their biggest selling single, “Don’t You Worry Child,” receiving over 160 million views on VEVO/YouTube and selling nearly 6 million singles worldwide reaching the #1 iTunes spot in 45 countries across the world including the UK. The group were also the first electronic dance music act to headline the world-renowned Madison Square Garden in New York City. Tickets for the show sold out in less than 9 minutes.
Watch the trailer for LEAVE THE WORLD BEHIND at:
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