Everyone's favorite Swedish musical exports have announced they've recorded their first new songs in more than 35 years, calling their return to the studio "an extremely joyful experience".
The Swedish four-piece group broke up in 1983, but they are back "to join forces again and go into the studio". So we did. As if time had stopped and we were like a little vacation. Let's hope that the new Abba music matches the initial optimism. "And that feels good", the statement read.
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According to Rolling Stone, ABBA teamed up with American Idol and So You Think You Can Dance creator Simon Fuller to develop hologram avatars of the band that will be utilized during the upcoming tour.
They briefly reunited to perform at a private gala in Stockholm in June 2016.
The news was announced via an Instagram statement from Benny Andersson, Bjorn Ulvaeus, Anni-Frid Lyngstad and Agnetha Faltskog. "No, you cannot expect them to join forces on stage again", Hanser said.
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No release date has yet been given for the new music.
Mamma mia! After 35 years, ABBA is back.
Mamma Mia! is a 1999 Broadway musical that was made into a movie in 2008, with a sequel coming out this summer. In a previous post, they detailed that the tour will use the "very latest in digital and virtual reality technology".
'The four of us, with live concerts, no.
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