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— up to 600 times a year — so it makes sense to go pri­vate. The big planes are sick. You get a bed, TVs, the cater­ing’s good. And you don’t have to wait in line

for three hours I have a pair of cash­mere Stone Is­land

pants that I wear on flights. They’re with­out it look­ing like you’re go­ing to the gym

of my life was at Sublimo­tion in Ibiza. It only seats 12 peo­ple; you have a tast­ing menu di­vided into themes and they pro­ject

im­ages over the walls while you eat.

On tour,

for an hour and a half us­ing a ca­ble cross­over. Lately, I’ve been drink­ing a lot

of cold-pressed juice are on For­mentera. The sand is so fine it’s like pow­der, the wa­ter is to­tally trans­par­ent and there are

restau­rants all along the shore The first thing I do when I get into

a ho­tel room is reach for my

. I need it for ev­ery­thing, from pro­duc­ing

tracks to mak­ing ed­its for gigs

You can never guar­an­tee a good night’s sleep when you’re on the road.

I’ve had to learn to deal with that.

which helps


I can’t get through the day with­out snus —

that you put on your gums to ab­sorb the nico­tine. I buy it

in Stock­holm and take it ev­ery­where with me

I’ll never for­get the gig I did in Haiti. We were up in the moun­tains,

with a view over Port-au-Prince.

jump­ing around. It was amaz­ing I travel with three bags — two in the hold

and one carry-on, all

. I want to come up with the ideal lug­gage

sit­u­a­tion. But I’m still work­ing on it Avicii’s ‘Bro­ken Ar­rows’ is out now via

PRMD/Uni­ver­sal/Vir­gin EMI

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