The family of Avicii has broken its silence.
Three days after the beloved DJ was shocking found dead at the young age of 28, Avicii's loved ones have issued their first statement in response to this tragedy.
"We would like to thank you for the support and the loving words about our son and brother," opens this message.
"We are so grateful for everyone who loved Tim's music and have precious memories of his songs.
Thank you for all the initiatives taken to honor Tim, with public gatherings, church bells ringing out his music, tributes at Coachella and moments of silence around the world."
The DJ's real name was Tim Bergling, it's worth noting.
And this statement concludes as follows:
"We are grateful for the privacy during this difficult time. Our wish is that it continues that way. With love, The Tim Bergling Family."
There has certainly been an outpouring of support, that's not exaggeration.
Avicii was considered to be one of the best known and most respected DJs on the planet.
He was an early supporters of the EDM movement, bringing that type of music to clubs around the globe.
The artist's major hits included singles such as "Levels," "Wake Me Up" and "Hey Brother."
Sadly, Avicii was found dead in his hotel room in Moscat, Oman last Friday.
His cause of death has not been revealed, yet numerous outlets cite Oman authorities' assertion that there is "no criminal suspicion of death."
The musician's body is expected to be flown back to his native Sweden this week, these same outlets have confirmed.
Avicii took a break from touring two years ago after admitting that he had fallen prey to the hard partying lifestyle, while also stating he had been diagnosed with pancreatitis at the age of 21.
It's unknown at this time whether that illness or whether any foreign substances contributed to his passing,
Elsewhere, Incubus guitarist Mike Einziger helped Avicii wrote the song "Wake Me Up." He knew the DJ well.
And he has penned his own lengthy tribute to the late star for Variety.
You can read the full message HERE, and you can scroll down to read the final few moving paragraphs...
I wish I could have been there to help him. He was such a sweet person and had such a long life ahead of him.
Maybe I didn’t appreciate this as much as I should have when he was alive, but he really changed my life in a pretty profound way, as a collaborator, as a creative partner.
Some of the work we did together is some of the music I’m most proud of in my whole life. We went through a creative period together that was really exciting and fun.
When stuff like that happens it’s just like magic and really rare.
To have shared that with him and just to see and be able to feel how vibrant he was as a human being and also as an artist, he had such a strong creative vision.
He was so committed to every single piece he worked on. And it was really a privilege to be around that and share that with somebody so vibrant. He was so sweet and such a visionary.
I still can’t believe he’s gone - I’m still just trying to process it. It’s awful.
He was such a sweet human being, genuine. He was so young. These are all cliches, but it’s just tragic. All I can do is shake my head.
May Avicii rest in peace.