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EDITORS’ NOTES

Compared to his progressive-house megahit “Levels,” Avicii’s True is a musically omnivorous curveball. Stompers like the earnest, acoustic guitar-driven “Wake Me Up" mix Appalachian influences with Aloe Blacc's soulful pipes for a surprisingly intuitive-sounding pop song; "Hey Brother" takes it even further into countryfied territory. Other standouts include "You Make Me," on which a plunking piano and filtered vocal provide theatrical flourish, and "Dear Boy," which flits between enchanted balladry and big, high-energy builds.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Compared to his progressive-house megahit “Levels,” Avicii’s True is a musically omnivorous curveball. Stompers like the earnest, acoustic guitar-driven “Wake Me Up" mix Appalachian influences with Aloe Blacc's soulful pipes for a surprisingly intuitive-sounding pop song; "Hey Brother" takes it even further into countryfied territory. Other standouts include "You Make Me," on which a plunking piano and filtered vocal provide theatrical flourish, and "Dear Boy," which flits between enchanted balladry and big, high-energy builds.

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Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5

4213 Ratings

Lay Me Down brought me here ~ ADAM LAMBERT

DJJRZ,

Adam Lambert's crazy vocals brought me here. I can hardly wait to hear a clean, studio version. That guy can really sing!! He's so humble to admit but he is truly the best male performer out there

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EDMgets_me,

Okay first off, are you going to be listening to a album cover or will the album cover change the experience of the album for you.......? If so just go listen to one direction!!!!! Lol NOW....... Avicii you are going to change EDM forever come September 17th. You are going to start a whole new style of EDM. You are going to make and prove a point that EDM is REAL MUSIC, not transformers having sex! I can't wait I can't wait I can't wait!!!!! <3 Avicii oh and come to TAMPA again please, thanks

About Avicii

As one of the most popular DJs of the late-2000s EDM boom, Grammy-nominated Swedish producer Avicii went on to top the charts in multiple countries and tour the world with his uplifting house anthems. Born Tim Bergling in Stockholm in 1989, he began making music at the age of 18, writing and remixing tracks in his bedroom and uploading them onto the Internet. Influenced by Daft Punk and Steve Angello, his melodic house sound gained a huge following, which led to support from both Tiësto, who invited him to perform a weekly residency at Privilege in Ibiza, and Pete Tong, who released first single "Manman" through his Bedroom Bedlam label. In addition to remixing tracks for Little Boots, Robyn, and Dizzee Rascal, Bergling issued a handful of his own singles, like "Bromance" and "My Feelings for You" in 2010. "Seek Bromance" -- which added the vocals of Amanda Wilson atop his earlier track -- became a modest hit across Europe. However, it wasn't until his next single, 2011's "Levels," that his international popularity exploded. Featuring a sample of Etta James' "Something's Got a Hold on Me," the track topped dance charts across the globe and reached platinum status in at least ten countries, launching Avicii into the mainstream.

Toward the end of 2012, Bergling issued "I Could Be the One," a collaborative single with Nicky Romero. The song became another hit for the producer and was featured heavily on reality TV shows and European radio. The following year, he released the single "Wake Me Up." Featuring the vocals of Aloe Blacc, the pastoral soul track peaked at the top of the charts in over 20 countries, making it his biggest hit to date. That "folktronica" sound would feature heavily on his debut album, True, which arrived in late 2013. The multi-platinum LP featured guests like Adam Lambert, MØ, and Nile Rodgers, and produced four additional hit singles like "Hey Brother" and "Addicted to You." A version of the album featuring Bergling's own club remixes -- the aptly titled True: Avicii by Avicii -- arrived in 2014. That same year, Bergling scored another mainstream hit with "A Sky Full of Stars," a collaboration with Coldplay.

In late 2015, his sophomore album Stories arrived. Continuing his cross-genre exploration of EDM and pop, Bergling recruited guests like Zac Brown, Wyclef Jean, Matisyahu, and Martin Garrix for the effort, which topped the Billboard Dance chart upon release. While he continued to perform and release new music, Bergling announced in early 2016 that he would retire from the live scene due to persistent health concerns. That summer, he performed his final live set in Ibiza. ~ Neil Z. Yeung & Jon O'Brien

  • ORIGIN
    Stockholm, Sweden
  • GENRE
    Dance
  • BORN
    Sep 8, 1989

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