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Source:  DJ Mag

“Avicii: True Stories,” a documentary following the life of Swedish EDM star Avicii is back on Netflix after being removed following his death on April 20th last year.

Directed by Levan Tsikurishvili, film follows Avicii’s rapid rise to fame, thanks to hits such as “Levels” and “Wake Me Up,” while also charting the toll it took on both his mental and physical health.

Suffering from problems with alcohol to help cope with his discomfort in the limelight, Avicii had already given up touring prior to his death.

A statement released by his family less than a week after the 28 year-old EDM legend was found dead in a hotel room in Oman implied that he died by suicide, lending an extra poignancy to the documentary, which features the star saying his career will kill him.

Read the story at DJ Mag.

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