STOCKHOLM — Sweden’s Pophouse Leisure, based by ABBA member Bjorn Ulvaeus, has acquired the again catalogue of electrical music pioneers Swedish House Mafia, it stated on Tuesday.
Pophouse, which is behind occasions like ABBA’s upcoming “Voyage” digital live shows in London, “Mamma Mia the Party” and the Avicii Expertise in Stockholm, stated it had acquired Swedish House Mafia’s grasp recordings and publishing catalogues.
It would kind a three way partnership with its members to develop the Swedish House Mafia model worldwide.
Chart-topping artists like David Bowie, Neil Younger and Shakira have bought the rights to their songs, that means future earnings from gross sales and advertising go to the brand new house owners slightly than the artist, who will get a one-off fee.
Swedish House Mafia, whose largest hit was “Don’t You Worry Child” launched in 2012, will launch a brand new album in April and begin a world tour in July.
Pophouse didn’t say how a lot they’d paid for the rights to the songs. JB
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