Avicii's First Posthumous Song, 'SOS,' Comes With A Touching, Fan-Centric Video

New Avicii Song Drops: ‘SOS,’ Featuring Aloe Blacc

Last year Avicii sadly passed away.

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.

The family of the late Tim Bergling known as DJ Avicii, has announced the release of the first posthumous single by musician under the name SOS.

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A new Avicii song with Aloe Blacc, titled "SOS", has been released. In April 2018 it was discovered his body in a Hotel in Oman. Through the program Fruity Loops, Albin and Kristoffer were able to track and preserve Tim's exact keystrokes.

A music video accompanying the song, "SOS", was also released which consisted of sharing fans' messages and personal stories around Avicii. "I just get paralysed by talking about it, but everything was about completing Tim's version", Fogelmark said in a statement.

According to the latest press release, the Swedish musician had a new album on the verge of completion days before his death.

"He had a completely different way of playing piano and keyboard. Tim's fingerprints are literally across the entirety of 'SOS'".

As reported last month, the Tim Bergling Foundation will officially launch on April 20th, and is set to raise both money and awareness for a number of causes, including issues related to mental illness and suicide prevention.

Listen to the new track and watch a behind the scenes mini-documentary about "SOS" below. "S / Help me with my spirit to bring to rest, A pound of Weed and a bag of coke" And further: "I feel how your love pulls out of the ground / I don't need my drugs".

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