Steve Angello has announced that he is set to release two new tracks this week, with both due to land on Friday.
The former Swedish House Mafia man made the revelation via Twitter, you can see the post that made the announcement below.
Angello delivered the news with a few cryptic clues. “Won’t you stay right here, let’s waste away together,” he said in one, as well as two seperate posts that said, “Breaking Kind is coming!” and “We can turn the night into Heaven’s light.”
Avicii's return to releasing new music is getting closer after the Swedish EDM star shared another snippet of his new track, 'Lonely Together', via his Instagram account.
Since taking a break from touring, the Swedish producer has been in the studio with a host of different writers working on new solo material, whilst also doing some travelling around Peru.
Avicii has launched a new website, which suggests that new music is on its way soon.
It’s exactly a year since Avicii announced that he would retire from touring, but also stated that his final show would be “far from my last days in music”.
Avicii has taken to Instagram, sharing clips of him in the process of making his forthcoming third album.
Avicii is slated to release a new album in 2017, according to a representative from Avicii’s team in a statement to Billboard Magazine.
The rep also confirms Avicii’s split from long-time manager Ash Pournouri, stating, “2x Grammy-nominated songwriter/producer Tim Bergling and his production/publishing entity Avicii Music AB have parted ways with manager Ash Pournouri, At Night Management. Bergling is signed to Universal Music Sweden and is expected to release an album next year.”
Avicii played his final live show at Ushuaïa Ibiza on Sunday (28th August), after announcing that he would retire from touring in a lengthy post on his website in March.
Yesterday, he opened up about his final live performance on Instagram, saying this is “far from my last days in the world of music”.
The Flying Dutch festival’s Swedish Journey event has been cancelled amidst uncertainty over whether Avicii would show up to perform, despite the fact that Steve Angello, Alesso, John Dahlbäck, Icona Pop and more were on the bill.
The festival was set to take place on Saturday 30th July at The Hague, Nijmegen, but Alda Events, who run the festival, issued a statement on their website last night (Thursday), announcing that it would not be going ahead.
After retiring from touring earlier this year, Avicii has cancelled his 2016 Las Vegas residency due to “personal reasons”.
The news came in an Instagram post from XS Las Vegas, which you can read below.
Avicii, real name Tim Bergling, originally said that he would honour all dates planned in 2016 after he announced he would be retiring from touring indefinitely. His team have confirmed that all other planned dates will still go ahead following his most recent cancellation.