David Guetta has remixed Avicii's 'Heaven'.
Originally recorded with Chris Martin in 2014, the late Avicii, real name Tim Bergling, completed the final version of the track in 2016 before its release on album 'Tim' this year.
David Guetta, who previously received a grammy nomination alongside Avicii for their collaborative track 'Sunshine' in 2011, has teamed up with Danish DJ and producer Morten to work on the remix.
Avicii's father, Klas Bergling, has spoken out about mental health and suicide in a panel discussion at this year's International Music Summit in Ibiza.
Following the tragic loss of the producer in 2018, real name Tim Bergling, the Tim Bergling Foundation has been established in his honour, initially focussing on helping people who are struggling with mental illness, but with a view to expanding into other issues that were close to the best-selling artist's heart.
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.
'Tough Love', a posthumous new single from Avicii, has now been released and can be heard below.
'Avicii: True Stories' director, Levan Tsikurishvili, has teased a possible return of the documentary to streaming service Netflix.
For those unfamiliar, the 2017 film laid bare the life, times and challenges of Avicii, AKA Tim Bergling, one of EDM's most talented producers, who tragically lost his life earlier in 2018, aged 28.
Avicii’s co-producer, Carl Falk, is currently working on the EDM legend's unreleased Chris Martin collaboration, ‘Heaven’. No release date has yet been set.
The acclaimed Swedish songwriter and musician let fans know via Twitter on Saturday, posting an image of a DAW screen mid-production and a heartfelt message to his lost studio partner.
A representative of Avicii has stated that reports of plans for a new full-length album from the deceased artist later this year are inaccurate.
Despite previous reports that the family of the DJ/producer – real name Tim Bergling – and the head of his former label Geffen Records, Neil Jacobson had green lighted the release a collection of finished tracks that he had been working on prior to his tragic death last month, a new report has stated that the statements were unfounded.
Avicii is less than one week away from officially releasing new tunes. The beloved Swedish megastar took to Twitter today (3rd August) to reveal his ‘Avīci’ EP is set to arrive Thursday 10th August at 4pm CET.