It's the first in a planned series of singles previewing the follow-up to , tentatively due in early spring 2015. David Massey, president of Island Records, thinks the album could be Avicii's David Bowie moment.Avicii's pioneering debut incorporated folk and bluegrass into EDM -- particularly on runaway smash "Wake Me Up! "He kept surprising people with new directions that were innovative yet incredibly accessible.
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"We're not going to make any presumptions about when that will happen.
We're just keeping an eye on him and when he's going to be completely healthy so we don't have to deal with any of this ever again."As for Avicii, he misses his globetrotting career, but he knows he's making the right move.
He collaborate the track Sunshine with David Guetta in 2012, which was nominated in the Grammy Award for Best Dance Recording category.
His track Fade into Darkness was controversial after the sample was used in Leona Lewis's single Collide without his accreditation.
His hospitalization and subsequent prolonged recovery resulted in him having to cancel a host of tour dates.
The surgery was a second health scare for the young musician, who was diagnosed with pancreatitis in 2013, resulting in him quitting alcohol.
He remixed the song Rapture be Nadia Ali for the album Queen of Clubs Trilogy: Onyx Edition.
Soon after that he was signed with the European A&R team of EMI Music Publishing in October 2010.
29, Tim Bergling, otherwise known as 25-year-old EDM superstar Avicii, would have been making his way from a headlining gig at Tomorrow World in Atlanta to another at Storm Festival in Shanghai. Avicii Cancels All Forthcoming Performances, Citing Health Concerns"Since my operation, I'd just been going and going," says Avicii in his first interview since the cancellations. I needed to take a break."Avicii's troubles began in January 2012, when he was hospitalized in New York for 11 days with acute pancreatitis, reportedly caused by the heavy drinking that can be hard to avoid when you spend most of your waking hours in bottle-service clubs and first-class flights.