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ABBA is back - worship band ABBA sings again and gives concerts with avatars - CULTURE

ABBA is back – worship band ABBA sings again and gives concerts with avatars – CULTURE


never say never! Nearly 40 years after the official end of Agnetha, Bjorn, Benny, and Annie Fried, ABBA released his new studio album Voyage in November. There are already two up front singles.

“In the spring of 1982 we took a break and now we have made the decision to end that break.”

What seems like a totally quiet statement is a sensation in the history of pop music. One of the biggest and most influential pop bands in history is back: ABBA.

Two new singles in advance

Her new album “Voyage” will be released on November 5th on Universal. As a taste, Abba released two singles: “I Still Believe in You” and “Don’t Shut Me Down”.

After nearly 40 years, you can finally hear the new music of four famous Swedes again.


Couldn’t be more emblematic: the cover of Abba’s new album Voyage.


Virtual avatars on stage

Voyage concerts will also take place in the spring of 2022. Small (big?): Agnetha, Björn, Benny, and Anni-Fried won’t be on stage themselves, but they are virtual characters.

The 850-strong team relied on the latest motion capture and performance technology to bring the four band members to life as their young versions.

“We rely on our young selves to launch into the future,” says ABA’s official statement. “It is not easy to explain, but no wonder: no one has done this before.”

With nearly 400 million albums sold, 17 #1 songs and currently over 16 million weekly broadcasts, Abba is among the most successful acts in music history. After their breakup in 1982, all members of the band repeatedly ruled out the possibility of a possible comeback.