On November 5 – for the first time in forty years – a new ABBA album will be released. Today, the group released the single, Just A Notion, and last month the songs I Still Believe in Don’t Shut Me were released. In addition, there will be concerts with holograms of the four band members in a new private hall in London. A hologram is a three-dimensional image that moves and appears separate.
“This is it and this is how it should be. We also broke up in 1982, but we never said it was over for good. Now it’s been pretty cool,” Anderson told The Guardian. The previous split wasn’t quite amicable and caused a long distance Among the band’s members, the singer says that the second “divorce” is more amicable.
Concerts with Agnetha Fältskog, Anni-Frid Lyngstad, Björn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson can still be seen at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London from 27 May. The four band members have already recorded concerts.
ABBA became known worldwide in 1974 by winning the Eurovision Song Contest on behalf of Sweden with the song Waterloo. The band has hit songs like Dancing Queen, Mamma Mia, and The Winner Takes It All.
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