- Agnetha Faltskog, 71, Björn Ulvaeus, 76, Benny Andersson, 74, and Annie-Frid Lingstad, 75, have released Just a Notion, the third new track from their upcoming comeback album Voyage.
- They released I Still Have Faith in You and Don’t Shut Me Down in September as they announced a revolutionary concert experience to delight fans in London.
- The four had previously stated that they would never improve despite their huge worldwide popularity, and would reach over 400 million album sales in 50 years.
- The group split in 1982 and released their final album a year earlier.
ABBA has released Just a Notion – the third track from their upcoming November 5 comeback album, Voyage.
The iconic Swedish pop group – consisting of Agnetha Faltskog, 71, Björn Ulvaeus, 76, Benny Andersson, 74, and Annie-Frid Lingstad, 75 – followed up with their September double releases I Still Have Faith in You and Don’t Shut Me. Is. Below, his first new music in nearly 40 years with new tracks.
The track was originally recorded in September 1978, but did not make the final cut of his 1979 album Voulez-Vous, with Björn admitting that it is still a ‘mystery’ as to why the upbeat tune was included in the final catalogue. had not been.
The songwriter explained: ‘Wikipedia says the track was recorded in September 1978, which sounds about right. This places it between ABBA The Album and Voulez-Vous, and it would have been included later if we hadn’t decided against it. Why did we decide against it? In the end, I have no clue…
Back again: ABBA has released Just A Notion, the third new track from their upcoming November 5 comeback album, Voyage
‘It’s a good song with great vocals. I know we played it in France with a publisher and a few others we trusted and, as far as I can remember, they really liked it. So it is a mystery and will remain a mystery.’
Featuring a remastered track featuring the original vocals of the four members, created in 1978, along with new drums and guitar.
The Waterloo hitmaker continued: ‘Now Benny has recorded a new backing track to which we have added drums and guitar, but all vocals are from the original 1978 track.
‘In a way, it reflects what we plan to do with ABBA Voyage in 2022. There, we’d have a live band playing, but all the vocals would be from old recordings. He continued: ‘Just a Notion is a ridiculously happy song and hopefully it makes you happy in these dark times!’
Going Pop: The Swedish pop icon follows the double release of I Still Have Faith in You and Don’t Shut Me Down in September, his first new music in nearly 40 years
The stars of Dancing Queen have also announced that more tickets will be made available for their upcoming Avatar tour.
Additional tickets for ABBA Voyage, which will be booked through December 4, 2022, will be available for sale from 10am on November 3rd, two days before the album’s release on November 5.
Tickets will be created from abbavoyage.com, with a pre-sale for Amazon UK customers who will pre-order the physical format of the new ABBA album from 10am on Monday 1 November and 2 for ABBA Voyage Database customers There will be a priority booking window from 10 am on November. .
Exciting news! Agnetha Faltskog, 71, Björn Ulvaeus, 76, Benny Andersson, 74, and Annie-Frid Lingstad, 75, returned last month to announce a revolutionary concert and a new album, Voyage.
I still remember…: Björn Ulvaeus, 76, and Benny Andersson, 74, arrive in London to announce Björn (left) talks about new single
ABBA will perform digitally with a live 10-piece band as abbots next year as part of the ABBA Voyage Run, and Björn recently insisted that this type of concert meant the run would last forever. can walk for.
He said: ‘Abbatar never gets tired. They can do 10 shows in a day. No private jet. No riders. No worries about the sounds.
The band announced their first new songs in 40 years as a studio album and “Greatest…