"Avicii’s SOS Is Everything Was About Completing Tim Bergling’s Version": Albin Nedler

Lawrence Kim
April 13, 2019

In April of 2018, the world of music was undoubtedly rocked to learn of the death of Swedish producer Tim Bergling, known professionally as Avicii.

Tim is slated to drop in June, and all proceeds from the posthumous album will benefit the Tim Bergling Foundation, created to support mental illness and suicide prevention. With the pain of his death being felt around the world, and though we still might not be ready to hear it, his team has announced a new posthumous album entitled Tim, with the lead single SOS dropping April 10.

Download the Hit app on iTunes or Google Play and stay up to date on all things Hit Network! "To give people the words to be able to say 'I need help'". The songwriters he had been working with at the time "continued the process to get as close to his vision as possible", according to a statement.

SOS features Wake Me Up's Aloe Blacc and showcases Avicii's distinct polish and energy in its production.

Listen to the new track and watch a behind the scenes mini-documentary about "SOS" below. The video for the track is comprised of messages and memories shared by fans on Avicii's official website, which has since become a memorial platform.

Ahead of the release this Summer, a new single from Avicii has been released.

Tim is set for release on June 6th, and will feature collaborations from the likes of Carl Falk, Albin Nedler, Kristoffer Fogelmark, and Coldplay's Chris Martin.

All proceeds from album sales will be donated to the newly created Tim Bergling Foundation, which aims to provide support for individuals and organisations in mental health and suicide prevention.

"Tim wanted to make a difference", the musician's family explained in a statement.

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