Avicii’s Last Words Unveiled 6 Years Posthumously, Leaving Fans Heartbroken 💔


Caution: This article includes talk about suicide that may cause distress to certain readers.

Additional has surfaced regarding the passing of DJ Avicii, including the last words he wrote in his final diary entry.

Avicii, the Swedish DJ famous for songs like “Wake Me Up” and “I Could Be the One,” took his own at 28 on April 20, 2018, in Muscat, Oman. Despite his success and working with artists like Flo Rida, David Guetta, and Madonna, Tim Bergling (his real name) found it hard to cope with the constant touring schedule.

The “Avicii: I'm Tim” was shown at the Tribeca Film Festival on June 9th, bringing back to his life. It features Avicii's own narration from a later interview, along with previously unseen interviews and archive footage. The film aims to delve into the effects of fame on his mental well-being.

Avicii reveals in the documentary that he struggled with overwhelming anxiety and admits that constant touring was severely affecting his well-being. The film also includes perspectives from Avicii's , , and fellow musicians.

The official release date for the documentary has not been revealed yet.

Avicii's final diary entry, including his last words, was shared in Måns Mosesson's 2021 book, “Tim – The Official Biography Of Avicii.” The book is a detailed account of the musician's life, based on interviews with his parents, Anki Lidén and Klas Bergling, along with his friends and colleagues. Mosesson also had access to Avicii's diaries, uncovering his challenges while in rehab for addiction and problems.

Avicii went to rehab in 2015 and stopped touring a year after. His journals show how tough his schedule was, with one entry saying, “The days in the hospital were the most relaxing days I've had in six years, even though it might sound sad.”


It was a tremendous relief to transition from intense to none at all. The that nobody anticipated anything from me except to patiently endure and eventually heal was immensely significant.

I felt a huge sense of relief after dealing with such a hectic schedule.

The last entry in his diary includes a mysterious thought about starting over: “Letting go of the soul is the final tie, before it begins again!” He ended his life the next day.

Avicii's parents created the Tim Bergling Foundation after he passed away. The foundation's purpose is to remember him and bring attention to mental health problems and preventing suicide.

If you are facing any of these problems and require someone to talk to, please don't keep it to yourself. Dial Samaritans on their toll-free 24/7 helpline at 116 123 for anonymous support.

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