After 35-year hiatus, ABBA announces new music

After 35-year hiatus, ABBA announces new music

After 35-year hiatus, ABBA announces new music

The band, who have been on a 35-year recording hiatus, announced on Instagram that they chose to "join forces again and return to the recording studio".

In a post on their Instagram, the band said that reuniting was "an extremely joyful experience".

Despite the ups and downs of their careers, the band appears to have put any bad blood behind them ahead of their futuristic BBC-produced TV special set to air in December. "A time machine that captures the essence of who we were".

Abba's biggest hits include "Knowing Me, Knowing You", "Take a Chance on Me", "Dancing Queen" and "The Name of the Game".

Ulvaeus, 73, was married to Faltskog, 68, and Andersson, 71, was married to Lyngstad, 72.

Variety reports that the group announced today it has recorded two new songs.

Dust off your platform shoes, get out the flares and hotpants - Abba are back making music. Interestingly, the song will be performed by hologram avatars of ABBA, marking the debut of the previously-announced "Abbatar" project.

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So when the announcement came on Friday fans were overjoyed.

"The decision to go ahead with the exciting ABBA avatar tour project had an unexpected outcome", the band wrote on its Instagram. "All my life, and I brought my love of your songs to my daughters", one woman wrote.

The statement concluded: "We may have come of age, but the song is new".

Ever since they famously triumphed in the 1974 edition of the #Eurovision Song Contest with the effervescent "Waterloo, ' the crowd-pleasing quartet has been a headline act".

"This is the craziest thing I've heard!"

He said it was "not going to happen", adding: 'I think we don't feel the motivation. "And the fact that they're all still alive is fantastic!" he told AFP.

Manager ABBA Burned Hanser confirmed the news in a press release. A Mamma Mia! sequel hits cinemas in July.

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