Swedish House Mafia has taken the top spot in the U.K. with their single "Don't You Worry Child," pulling ahead of Adele's "Skyfall." According to the Official Charts Company, the trio's hit song featuring vocalist John Martin, landed at the number 1 position, by a mind-blowing 43,000 units. "Don't You Worry Child" sold 135,000 copies last week, helping the guys score their first No. 1 U.K. single, and their 5th top ten single.
SHM recently announced their last world tour as a group, "One Last Tour," which kicks off in November in Dubai, and ends in March in the U.S. The guys are also getting ready to drop their album, "Until Now," which will serve as a soundtrack to their tour, on October 22.
Steve Angello, Axwell, and Sebastian Ingrosso are thrilled at the milestone, tweeting:
The Swedish trio undoubtedly has an extremely large fan base in the U.K. The video for "Don't You Worry Child" shows footage from the group's histoic Milton Keynes Bowl performance, where they gave a massive set for a sea of thousands upon thousands of U.K. fans.