After Decades, ABBA Has Something Coming
ABBA haven’t released new music in almost four decades but that could all be about to change.
The Swedish pop group teased new music in a cryptic social media post that has got fans talking.
Taking to Twitter to promote their new website, fans were asked to “Register your interest to be the first in line to hear more about ABBA Voyage.”
Many have theorised it will be the long awaited “ hologram tour” that Abba initially announced in 2016.
An insider with the band’s label, Capitol Music Group, told The New York Post that a special invite-only teaser event will be taking place on September 2 in Central Park’s Rumsey Playfield, where “ABBA-themed festivities and announcements” will be made.
It comes as the band, Agnetha Faltskog, Anna-Frid Lyngstad, Bjorn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson, are also expected to release five new songs and a documentary.
Earlier this year Ulvaeus confirmed the music would “definitely” come out this year, making it 38 years since releasing their last hit.
“It’s not a case any more of it might happen, it will happen,” he told the Herald Sun.
According to a report in The Sun, the show will involve “ABBA-tars” of the group.
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Their holograms will be projected onstage in a specially built theatre in London along with a documentary about the supergroup’s comeback.
Speaking to the BBC during the the show’s pre-production in 2019, Ulvaeus said the idea was developed by by Spice Girls manager Simon Fuller.
“He came to Stockholm and he presented this idea to us that we could make identical digital copies of ourselves of a certain age and that those copies could then go on tour and they could sing our songs, you know, and lip sync,” he said at the time.
“I’ve seen this project half-way through and it’s already mind-boggling.”