Avicii performing at the Summerburst festival in Stockholm in 2015. Photo: Christine Olsson/TT
A new album from Swedish DJ and music producer Avicii will be released in June, the late musicians agent announced on Friday. A new single called S.O.S. will be out already next week, while the new album will be available on June 6th. The new music will be the first released since the superstars death by apparent suicide in April 2018.
The musician, whose real name was Tim Bergling, reportedly left a large volume of unreleased music behind and the songs that will make up the album Tim were underway at the time of his death.
“He left behind a collection of more or less finished songs as well as notes, email conversations and text messages about how the music should sound,” the statement from Berglings agent said.
In a lengthy feature article published in the New York Times on Friday, producers working on Tim said that most of the songs that will be included on the album were 75 to 80 percent complete when Bergling died in Oman at the age of 28.
His father, 73-year-old Klas Bergling, granted the Times his first formal interview since the DJs death and said he and his wife, the actress Anki Lidén, are still very “vulnerable” and struggling to understand their sons death.
“The family is very traumatized. We want peace,” he said.
One of Sweden's biggest music exports, Avicii's first hit 'Levels' was released in 2011 and propelled him into the mainstream and made him an international superstar.
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