If we're talking about starting at the bottom, Galantis doesn't quite qualify. The Swedish dance-pop duo was well-established by the time it got together. Christian Karlsson had already won a Grammy for his work on Britney Spears' "Toxic" and thrilled thousands as part of Miike Snow. Linus Eklöw had remix credits for Moby, Robyn, The Knife and others. Galantis was a couple of seasoned pros right out the gate, but that only serves to explain how even the duo's earliest jams were such seamless grooves.
Of course, success is never promised, and Galantis celebrates its fortune in the music video for "Mama Look At Me Now." The song talks turning a troublesome childhood into an enviable adult life, and that is probably something the duo understands. The video combines tons of tour life footage from throughout the duo's career. Pranking around hotel lobbies in the earliest days of the melts into extra shots from its recent video for shoot for "Spaceship" with Uffie and everything in between. There are even some fun cuts from this single's A-Side, "Satisfied," featuring Max.