40 years after his last studio album, the legendary Sueca Abba pop band has announced this Thursday the publication of a new album and a nearby spectacle with holograms of its members, now septuagenaries.
"It started with two songs and then we ask ourselves, why not do a whole album," explained two of the group's components, Björn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson, in a broadcast event on the Internet from London.
The group has sold tens of millions of albums in the last half a century, made dance to the whole world and marked the years of disco music with their catchy melodies, their lush clothing and their kitsch videos.
With his eight discs and about 40 singles, Abba became a small Swedish band to a legendary group that has survived all the fashions.
The members of Abba -acronimo of the pile names of their members - are now all septuagenaries: Anni-Frida Lyngstad (75), Agnetha Fältskog (71), Björn Ulvaeus (76) and Benny Andersson (74). For a while they formed two glamorous couples, but now they are divorced.Date Of Update: 04 September 2021, 14:44