The tracklist for Avicii's 'TIM' has been revealed, alongside plans for a new global campaign aimed at bringing fans across the world together.
'TIM' will be released on 6th June, and is the first album of new music by the producer, AKA Tim Bergling, since his unexpected death in 2018. It contains several previously-unreleased tracks that were completed by the artist himself, alongside works that required finishing touches based on specific notes he left prior to his passing. Collaborations include Vargas & Lagola, Aloe Blacc, Imagine Dragons and Bonn.
To support the record a series of Cubes will be situated in six cities across the world— Sydney, Tokyo, Stockholm, London, New York and Sao Paulo. Fans can place their hands on an illuminated screen, which will connect to another active device and play the same album clip to both listeners simultaneously.
The idea is to unite strangers in wildly different regions of the world through the music of Bergling, who won a Grammy earlier this year and MTV EMA late-2018. Both were awarded posthumously. A series of smaller Cubes will be installed in other locations over the release weekend, including Oslo, Paris, Berlin, Salzburg, Bucharest, Zürich, Taipei, Auckland and Toronto.
There are several resources available to those concerned about mental health. In the UK, Samaritans can be contacted on 116 123. In the US, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is 1-800-273-8255. In Australia, the crisis support service Lifeline is 13 11 14. Other international suicide helplines can be found at Befrienders.
Avicii — 'Tim'
1. 'Peace Of Mind (feat. Vargas & Lagola)'
3. 'SOS (feat. Aloe Blacc)'
4. 'Tough Love (feat. Agnes, Vargas & Lagola)'
5. 'Bad Reputation (feat. Joe Janiak)'
6. 'Ain't A Thing (feat. Bonn)'
7. 'Hold The Line (feat. A R I Z O N A)'
8. 'Freak (feat. Bonn)'
9. 'Excuse Me Mr Sir (feat. Vargas & Lagola)'
10. 'Heart Upon My Sleeve (feat. Imagine Dragons)'
11. 'Never Leave Me (feat. Joe Janiak)'
12. 'Fades Away (feat. Noonie Bao)'
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