Avicii, whose real name is Tim Bergling is seen waving at fans.
"Afterwards, finishing them was ... I just get paralysed by talking about it, but everything was about completing Tim's version.they began.
"He (Tim) had a completely different way of playing piano and keyboard," said Nedler.
"As a result, his fingers would sometimes strike an unusual key, which added to his unique sound. Tim's fingerprints are literally across the entirety of 'SOS'," added Nedler.
In the personal notes recovered after his passing, Tim wrote that he wanted to work with Blacc, the vocalist on the giant hit song "Wake me up", so they invited him to record.
Blacc said: "I feel like 'SOS' was a song that was probably ahead of its time for when he wrote it. He wrote these lyrics obviously about some of his battles and I think it's a really important topic to approach and to share, especially with his visibility and his access to ears and hearts.
"To give people the words to be able to say 'I need help'," he added. Tim committed suicide last year in Muscat, Oman. He was 28.
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