Avicii's first posthumous track to drop next week

Avicii performing at the Capital FM Summertime Ball in 2015

Avicii performing at the Capital FM Summertime Ball in 2015

When Tim Bergling, the Swedish DJ more popularly known as Avicii, died previous year, he apparently left a lot of music behind. The Swedish born producer Tim Bergling was in the midst of completing an album, with numerous songs, notes, emails, and texts still in the possession of friends and fellow collaborators after his passing.

As is explained, the sorely missed artist - real name Tim Bergling - had left behind a collection of nearly finished tracks, alongside extensive notes and email messages shared with his collaborators and songwriters.

Grammy-nominated Avicii, whose real name was Tim Bergling, performed sold-out concerts for feverish fans around the world and also had massive success on USA pop radio with "Wake Me Up".

A posthumous album from artist/producer Avicii is coming in June, his family and producers announced in a New York Times feature today.

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"When Tim Berling passed away April 20, 2018, he was close to completing an album".

'The songwriters that Tim was collaborating with on this album have continued the process to get as close to his vision as possible.

According to the album's press release, the full album will be titled TIM with the first single 'SOS' set to release next Wednesday (April 10th).

Avicii's family said proceeds from the album sales will go to the Tim Berling Foundation, which they created after his death to focus on mental illness and suicide prevention.

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