Alexander Wessely

As live music tries to make a return from the pandemic, Swedish House Mafia has just made their own epic comeback.

The supergroup made up of Axwell, Steve Angello and Sebastian Ingrosso returned Thursday with a massive new single called "It Gets Better," which is accompanied by a chilling set of visuals which seems to signal the trio's rebirth in the midst of an audience of zombie-like figures dancing to the song in a festival-like setting.

The new song comes after the group had been teasing a likely return with cryptic billboards in major cities across the world. Coinciding with their return is their new cover story on Billboard magazine, along with news of new management and their signing to new label Republic Records (new album Paradise Again is coming later this year). They will also celebrate with a performance on Monday's episode of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.

Watch the new video below.