Fans of the late Tim Bergling, known professionally as Avicii, can look forward to a posthumous album coming in June, The New York Times reports. Titled Tim, the LP consists of music that the late DJ and producer was working on around the time of his passing.

Avicii's friends and family reveal that producers and collaborators Carl Falk, Albin Nedler and Kristoffer Fogelmark have taken Bergling's near-complete material and turned it into a cohesive project of “psychedelia, Arabian music, sounds of the Caribbean and more,” utilizing the DJ/producer's notes, including some that were penned leading up to his death. Avicii's collaboration with Chris Martin, dubbed "Heaven," will appear on the album as well.

Avicii passed away last year at the age of 28 from an apparent suicide. His family has since created a charity, the Tim Bergling Foundation, designed to support mental health and suicide prevention.

Be sure to check back with us for more surrounding Avicii's posthumous Tim album, as the project's first track, “S.O.S.,” is scheduled to arrive next week on April 10.

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