Swedish pop group Abba announced on Friday that they would be reuniting to record their first new album since 1982.
The band's statement said the members reunited to plan a virtual tour featuring digital avatars, and chose to go back into the studio. "And that feels good", the statement read. One of the songs will be performed by their digital avatars in a television special, for broadcast later this year. It was like time stopped and we just returned from a short vacation. At the time, Agnetha and Björn were married and Benny and Anni-Frid were married. It is nowhere near what many fans might expect, as in - it is definitely not dance music. They will not be there in person, but will have holograms for the "ABBA Avatar" tour.
Diehard Abba fans are already sharing their excitement on social media, with the band's reunion announcement gaining thousands of comments from young and old.
"We don't need the money, for one thing", he said.
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He said the investigation into the Theta Tau videos was continuing and others "may be implicated in the coming days". In an interview with The D.O. on Saturday, Syverud said he met with student leaders on Friday to discuss Theta Tau .
"The decision to go ahead with the exciting ABBA avatar tour project had an exciting unintended outcome". They did not provide further details on the other song.
"This is the craziest thing I've heard!"
Ulvaeus previously insisted the group would never perform together again, saying: 'I think we don't feel the motivation. The Swedish band had nine #1 hits in the United Kingdom and around the world, have recorded two songs. There is no word yet on when the second new song might be released. Probably not the skull changes with age, in contrast to the body, - said the musician on the preparation of the tour ABBA. Especially if Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again becomes another monster hit like the original movie, based on the equally beloved stage musical sensation of the same name.
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