They were founded in Stockholm in 1972 and won the Brighton Eurovision Song Contest in 1974. They are one of the most commercially successful bands in the history of popular music.
For 40 years, Agnetha, Björn, Benny and Anni-Frid have returned with new materials and ambitious digital performances, taking place on May 27, 2022 in a specially designed stadium in London. The digital version of ABBA was created After months of motion capture, the four members of the band and the 850-person team of the Industrial Light & Magic company founded by George Lucas co-created the new show.
The ABBA Voyage show will open at the ABBA Arena in London on Friday, May 27, 2022. Ticket pre-registration is now open.
The two new songs “I Still Believe in You” and “Don’t Let Me Down” can now be enjoyed on all streaming media platforms.
The new studio album Voyage will be released on Friday, November 5. “This album is in the jar now, it’s finished,” Anderson said in describing the band’s return to the studio.
“It’s been forty years, or 39 years, like there’s no time to go by. This is very surprising,” Anderson said.
“At our age, we have done everything possible.”
“At our age, everything has a certain depth,” Urvaus said. “There is a lot of experience in this area, for many years, I hope people can feel it.”
The musicians said the album will be out on November 5.
The musicians also showed a new show with high-tech digital avatar images.
They described how they were photographed wearing tights and creating an avatar for a new show called “ABBA Voyage”, which will be presented at a theater near London.
The musician said the show will play 22 songs for an hour and a half.