After news broke a while ago that a biography detailing the life of Avicii was due to be released, that day has come and today (16 November) you can officially buy your copy of ‘Tim – The Official Biography of Avicii’,’ written by award-winning journalist Måns Mosesson.
Giving fans and readers a unique insight into the Swedish producer’s life, Mosesson was given special access to Tim’s own notes, and also interviewed his close friends, family and colleague within the industry. The book paints an honest picture of his life, not shying away from his struggles in life and who he was as a person, allowing fans to get to know him like never before.
Official book cover
It’s almost impossible to grasp how big an impact Tim Bergling had, both on the music industry at large and on his fans all over the world. Måns Mosesson has traveled in Tim’s footsteps across the globe, from the streets of his childhood in Stockholm, to Miami, Ibiza and Los Angeles, in order to provide an in-depth and multifaceted picture of Tim’s life and works.” – states an official press release for the book
Avicii’s estate will donate net proceedings from the book to the Tim Bergling Foundation, which was set up by his family in his honour after he passed, with a focus on mental health in addition to areas of climate change, nature conservation, development assistance and endangered species.
The book is now available to buy in the UK, Sweden, America, Canada, New Zealand, Norway, Hungary, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium and Denmark through multiple outlets via the official website, which you can view here (note that some regions have not released the book yet, and it is still up for pre-order in some countries with release dates set for later this month).
Mandatory Credit: Photo by Amy Sussman/Invision/AP/Shutterstock (9217679a)
Swedish DJ, remixer and record producer Avicii poses for a portrait, on in New York
Avicii Portraits, New York, USA – 30 Aug 2013
You may also like...
by Jake Williams · Published December 9, 2021
by Patrick Kelly · Published June 25, 2019
by Rebecca Vice · Published May 18, 2021