Bjorn Ulvaeus has confirmed that ABBA will launch new music this yr.
The 76-year-old singer-songwriter and producer has insisted on the ‘Mamma Mia!’ The hitmakers will “undoubtedly” launch new music in 2021, 40 years after the discharge of their final studio album, ‘The Guests’, in 1981.
Talking to The Herald Solar, he mentioned: “There shall be new music this yr, that’s ultimate, it’s not a case that it may possibly occur, it should occur.”
Bjorn, who was a part of the Swedish pop group alongside Benny Andersson, Agnetha Faltskog and Frida Lyndstad, additionally revealed that the group has returned to the studio to document new tracks.
He added: “We’re very, superb pals. The 4 of us stand within the studio for the primary time in 40 years and there is one thing to learn about what we have been by means of. It is exhausting to explain, however there are very robust ties between us. “
The information comes after ABBA confirmed in 2018 that they deliberate to document new tracks for the primary time in 35 years, and now it was revealed that they’ve extra songs than initially deliberate.
Regardless of the information, ABBA has needed to delay releases, which embrace the much-anticipated tracks ‘I Nonetheless Have Religion In You’ and ‘Do not Shut Me Down’, in addition to their ABBAtar hologram tour, because of COVID- 19. pandemic.
The group went their separate methods in 1982 and carried out collectively for the primary time in many years in 2016 at a non-public occasion, which marked the 50th anniversary of the primary assembly between songwriters Bjorn and Benny.
As of this writing, it’s not but recognized whether or not the brand new music will take the type of a complete album or particular person songs, and there’s no set launch date.