As the world remembers the day we lost one of our brightest stars, the BBC aired the Netflix documentary in honor of the late Avicii. Aired Saturday, exactly one year after his death, the documentary gives viewers a look into the life of one of EDM's all-time bests.
The official description for the Levan Tsikurishvili-directed documentary is as follows:
Avicii: True Stories is Tim Bergling’s own story, told from the inside. Made from his extensive personal and family archive and behind the scenes footage, the film is an unparalleled insight into his life - from his early days posting tracks online and his first gigs, through to global chart-topping success that saw him play to hundreds and thousands of fans internationally.
Unreleased music from the late Avicii (real name Tim Bergling) will be released on an album simply titled Tim. His collaboration with "Wake Me Up" singer Aloe Blacc, "SOS" was released as the first single from the posthumous album.
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You can watch the full Avicii: True Stories documentary here. At the time of writing, this documentary player on the BBC is only available to viewers in the UK.