Written by journalist Måns Mosesson, the publisher states that the biography will be an "honest portrait" of the late singer. The rights to publish the book in Swedish were given to Albert Bonniers Förlag by Avicii AB and Salomonsson Agency; while the Salomonsson Agency will manage its international rights, reports The Bookseller.
Speaking of the popular musician's book, according to The Bookseller report, Mosesson said: "It's an incredible honor to have had the security to tell the story of Tim's life. I want to write about a musical visionary whose sense of melody made him loved all over the world. At the same time, I want it to be an honest portrait that does not avoid the difficulties that Tim has experienced and that I believe many of his generations will recognize. "
The proceeds from the book's sales will go to the Tim Bergling Foundation, which works to prevent mental health problems and suicide.