ABBA is counting down to a big announcement next week. According to the BBC, the Swedish pop band will be releasing five new songs.
Abba – also known as the Swedish quartet Agnetha Faltskog, Anna-Frid Lyngstad, Björn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson – launched a new page on various social media on Thursday, titled “Abba Voyage”. A picture was posted on it saying September 2, 2021, fans can sign up to stay up to date with the news.
The hologram tour announced in 2016 is suspected of becoming a reality. And to accompany that tour, the group will release new music for the first time in 39 years. according to BBC It even includes five new songs.
Early in 2018, the pop band returned to the studio, promising to release two new songs later that year. The release of these two songs, “I Still Believe in You” and “Don’t Shut Me Down”, have been repeatedly delayed. And thanks to fans for their patience, three more songs will be released.
British tabloid the sun Remember that during the presentation of holograms – the so-called “Abba-tars”, to Gods – It will appear from the smaller versions of the four members. The concert series is scheduled to take place in May next year in a London theater. Fans will also watch a documentary on the return of the Swedish pop sensation.
The band was founded in 1972 and tied the songs together. With the song Waterloo, they won the Eurovision Song Contest in 1974. Over 400 million singles and albums have been sold worldwide. More than 50 million people have visited Mamma Mia! Musical, based on her songs. In 1983 they separated.
“Communicator. Avid web fanatic. Alcohol practitioner. Award-winning organizer. Bacon advocate.”