ABBA returns after 40 years with new album ‘Voyage’, ABBA concert dates

The most successful band of all time ABBA announced their return almost 40 years ago with a new studio album. They will release a new 10-track album, Voyage, on November 5 via Universal Music Group Capitol.

The two recently released songs, “I Still Have Faith in You” and “Don’t Shut Me Down”, were recorded by Andersson’s Riksmixningsverket in Stockholm. And both songs will appear at the concert. These songs are the first released by the group ABBA. The last release was “Under Attack” in December 1982.

Although the members are now in their 70s and have released several solo projects. He assumed that the digital versions of ABBA were created “after weeks and months” of motion capture.

Tour And Concert Interpreters.

“ABBA Voyage” will be held on May 27 at “ABBA Arena.” A modern 3,000-seat stadium located in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London. Reservations have begun at with tickets going on general sale beginning September 7.

According to the statement, at the upcoming concert, singers Agneta Faltskog and Anni-Frid Lyngstad, as well as instrumentalists/musicians Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulvaeus, will perform digitally through avatars with a 10-piece live band in a specially designed arena. in London. as of May 27, 2022.

ABBA returns after 40 years with new album 'Voyage', ABBA concert dates

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In 2019, the pair announced that the music would be delayed as they prepared to wrap up the concert, and a cryptic message about “ABBA Voyage” was finally posted on social media last week. This ad is three and a half years old. Ulvaeus and Andersson announced new music, first two, then six and the virtual performance, on the show.

Group ABBA said, “It’s been a long time since we composed music together. In fact, it’s almost 40 years actually. In the spring of 1982 we took a break and now we decided it was time to end it.”

They said it was reckless. We waited more than 40 years between album and album, so we recorded the sequel “The Visit”[1981]. In fact, the main inspiration for the re-recording came from us. We participate in the creation of the most epic concert you can dream of. So we could sit in the audience and watch our digital selves perform our songs. We are on stage to build something for our fans.

Statements by Svan Gisla and Lucian Grange.

Producers Svan Gisla and Ludvig Andersson said: “The magic of ABBA and the Herculean efforts of this incredible team have reached a long-awaited milestone today. Finally, we can share this effort with the world. This is a proud moment for us. And we look forward to meeting you at our stadium in East London.

According to Variety, Universal Music Group Chairman and CEO Lucian Grange said: “Since the beginning of my career, I have had the privilege of working with them. It has been a great pleasure for me to be surrounded by ABBA and their music. Their endless creativity and timeless melodies make us want to connect with them in whatever they do because we know it’s going to be great.”

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