Dancing Queen hitmakers ABBA to make new music after 35 years
Sweden’s legendary music band, ABBA is reuniting with new music after 35 years. According to a report in Swedish website AftonBladet, the four members of the group have released a press statement about their new project.
“We all felt four that after 35 years it would be fun to reconnect and go back into the studio. And we did. And it was like time was still and we just left for a shorter holiday,” read the statement from band members Agnetha Fältskog, Björn Ulvaeus, Benny Andersson, and Anni-Frid Lyngstad. “We must have grown older, but the song is new. And that feels good,” they added.
The band has two songs ready to release, one of which ‘I Still Have Faith In You,’ will be performed by them on NBC and BBC shows in US and UK respectively in December.
ABBA came together in 1972 and delivered hits like Dancing Queen, Mamma Mia, Fernando, I Have A Dream and more. It is one of the most successful band in the history music with almost 500 million records sold.
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