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Hey Brother

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Family touches

I love this song so much❤️ I have all of my brothers and sisters in the military and this made me cry the first time I saw the video!!!! This song really touches my heart

I Love this song

Since this album was released I have loved this song. I have many siblings and it makes me think about my brother and my sister it is like a love song to them about the power of love and family!

YES!!! Hey Brother!!!

This song was so great, but the music video brings out more emotional parts. This is a great song with a great music video that couldn't be better. Avicii is one of the best new artists and this just proves how great they are!

Biography

Born: September 8, 1989 in Stockholm, Sweden

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Cleverly using dance music blogs as the platform to launch his career, Tim Bergling, aka Avicii, has since become one of the most prominent producers on the burgeoning Swedish house scene. Born in Stockholm in 1989, Bergling only started making music at the age of 18, writing and remixing tracks in his bedroom and then leaking them onto various blogs. Influenced by Daft Punk and Steve Angello, his melodic house sound gained a huge following, and led to support from Tiësto, who invited him to perform...
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Hey Brother, Avicii
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  • $1.99
  • Genre: Dance
  • Released: Dec 10, 2013

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