The iconic four-piece made its grand comeback earlier this month
ABBA singer Agnetha Faltskog has admitted that the band’s upcoming “Voyage” concert could be her last experience.
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The iconic four-piece made its grand comeback earlier this month, also announcing the release of their new album “Voyage” on November 5 – and dropping “I Still Have the Faith in You” and “Don’t Shut Me”. Gave. Down’.
They also revealed that their upcoming tour would feature a “digital” version of ABBA (not a hologram) with a 10-piece live band. The show will take place at the purpose-built 3,000-capacity ABBA Arena in London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park starting Friday 27 May 2022.
talking to radio sweden Regarding the rehearsal, Faltskog said: “None of us probably knew what to expect, but we’ve put in a lot of work with it so you can eventually grow into it. We’re standing there and doing these songs. I don’t know how many cameras and people there are.
“It felt great doing it at the end because it was so different. There was a vibe to it, someone thought maybe it was the last thing we do. Same thing with the album.”
When asked when the band would be back together in the future, she said: I really don’t dare say that. Now we are a little older, and we have minor ailments. But we struggle.
“But I dare not say, because it is a little uncertain. At this point in time we are happy that we have got this together, and let’s hope everything goes well during the premiere in London.”
ABBA’s comeback has been in the works since at least 2017, when they first announced plans for a virtual tour, then slated for 2019. When those plans were delayed in 2018, the band announced they would share their first new tracks in 35 years. December. The two-song offering expanded to five last year, before eventually becoming a full album.
Meanwhile, pre-orders for their new album recently broke records in the UK, when more than 80,000 copies were bought in just three days.