Avicii’s memory and music live on following the Swedish musician’s untimely death.

The first posthumous track from Avicii’s upcoming third studio album Tim was released on Wednesday. “SOS” features Panamanian-American musician Aloe Blacc, who collaborated with Avicii on the massive hit “Wake Me Up”. The 2013 single topped 45 different charts, including the U.S. Mainstream Top 40 and UK Singles charts.

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“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,” Blacc said in a statement published by NME. “To give people the words to be able to say ‘I need help.’”

“SOS” looks to lift the mood following Avicii’s death at the young age of 28. On April 5, his family announced plans to roll out the latest album Avicii had been working on.

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TIm – titled after his real name – will consist of songs Avicii was working on before his death. His collaborative songwriters “continued the process to get as close to his vision as possible,” according to a statement.

The DJ’s cause of death on April 20, 2018, was ruled a suicide. Avicii’s posthumous album will be released on June 6.

The Canadian Association for Suicide PreventionDepression Hurts and Kids Help Phone (1-800-668-6868) all offer ways for getting help if you or someone you know is suffering from mental health issues.