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Abba releases new music - after 40 years

Abba is to release their first album in 40 years. The band is also to launch a digital concert which will have its premiere in London next May.
Stockholm • Publicerad 3 september 2021 • Uppdaterad 3 september 2021
The event ABBA Voyage was shown all over the world and was also celebrated at Gröna Lund. Anni-Frid's avatar on the screen.
The event ABBA Voyage was shown all over the world and was also celebrated at Gröna Lund. Anni-Frid's avatar on the screen.
Foto: Fredrik Persson / TT

The event 'Abba Voyage' was broadcast on Thursday evening. The new Abba song 'I still have faith in you' with pictures and films from Abba's career was shown for the first time.

”40 years have passed, but it felt like yesterday. Absolutely amazing”
Benny Andersson, Abba

We've made a new album with Abba, the band says from the event in London.

Two new songs were released on Thursday., 'I still have faith in you' (the music video is on Youtube) and 'Don't shut me down'. The album 'Voyage' with ten songs will be released on 5th November.

Abba, from the left Benny Andersson, Anni-Frid Lyngstad, Agnetha Fältskog and Björn Ulvaeus, after their victory in the 1974 Melody Festival with the song 'Waterloo'
Abba, from the left Benny Andersson, Anni-Frid Lyngstad, Agnetha Fältskog and Björn Ulvaeus, after their victory in the 1974 Melody Festival with the song 'Waterloo'
Foto: Olle Lindeborg / TT /

– 40 years have passed, but it felt like yesterday. Absolutely amazing, says Benny Andersson from a studio in l London, where he is taking part along with Björn Ulvaeus.

– There's an old saying that there shouldn't be more than40 years between albums.

”It's pop history, not just national but absolutely world-class, that is being written today”
Per Sinding Larsen, SVT's music reporter

The members in Abba will also make a digital appearance along with a ten-man-strong live orchestra. They will perform in London from 27th May 2022.

SVT's music reporter Per Sinding Larsen, on the spot in London to cover the sensational piece of news about Abba, is asked: How big is this in the world of music?

– It's pop history, not just national but absolutely world-class, that is being written today.

Veronika Åström/TT
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