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Swedish Army Band Plays Swedish House Mafia For The King Of Sweden

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Here's a swede gesture.

Last week, the Royal Swedish Army Band performed for King Carl XVI Gustav of Sweden on the occasion of his 69th birthday.

Rather than subject the King to the usual turgid recitals, the like of which he's had to pretend to enjoy for years gone by, the Army Ensemble put a bit of work in.

Their version of the Swedish House Mafia hit Don't You Worry Child is below. See what you reckon.

And all this, for a non-landmark birthday. We can't wait to see what they pull out of the bag for his 70th...

[Via: Metro]

[Image: Rex]

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