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Kygo, Cavazza drop Avicii tribute


Jan 27, 2020 12:58:35 PM

Kygo, Cavazza drop Avicii tribute Forever Yours, a demo that dropped a few years ago during a major festival has been released as a tribute to Avicii by co-collaborators and friends Kygo and Sandro Cavazza.

During a trip across the US in 2016, Cavazza shared the early stages of the track with his friend and DJ/producer/musician/songwriter Tim ‘Avicii’ Bergling.

Bergling started working on the track, but didn’t get the chance to finish it before he died.

Inspired by Avicii’s demo version played at Ultra Music Festival, Kygo and Cavazza got together to produce a version to honour his memory.

Along with Forever Yours, they have released a full-length video where they talk about the process of arriving at the final version, what Avicii said about the song and what the song means to each of them.

In 2015, Cavazza started working with Avicii, top lining and co-writing songs for 2015's Stories album (Sunset Jesus, Gonna Love Ya).

In 2016, Cavazza was asked to join Avicii on a bus tour, driving across the US going through national parks and writing music along the way, ending the tour in Miami for Avicii’s show at Ultra Festival.

“We wrote many songs during that trip, including Without You in the back of a bus, but also songs that were premiered at Ultra when we arrived there for the show,” Cavazza shares.

Beyond their record Without You, released on Avici in 2017, Forever Yours was one of these songs.

“I had shown it to Tim two days before starting the tour and Tim had come up with an incredible first demo that he asked me if he could play at Ultra. That was four years ago and I’ve lost a friend since.

“This version of Forever Yours is a tribute to Tim that me and Kygo has put together to honour what he has meant to both of us.

“He was Kygo’s biggest idol and his biggest inspiration and that’s what has made this tribute possible” Cavazza says.

Out of the thousands of people who remembered hearing the mystery track during Avicii’s set at Ultra was Kyrre Gørvell-Dahll, aka DJ/producer Kygo.

“That song felt special,” says Kygo, who credits the late producer as inspiration for starting his electronic music journey.

Like his biggest inspiration, Kygo became a world-renowned DJ and producer.

When Avicii died in April 2018, Cavazza reached out to Kygo to see if he would want to put together a version of Forever Yours as a tribute to him, to honour what he had meant for both of them.

For Kygo, it was a realisation of a goal. “When Sandro sent me that song, I felt like that was the closest I could get to collaborate with Tim.”

Kygo’s, Avicii’s and Cavazza’s net proceeds from the track will go to the non-profit Tim Bergling Foundation which benefits organisations that support mental health issues, suicide prevention and education – as well as wildlife conservation and other issues that Avicii had an interest in and passion for.

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