ABBA is back! With a brand new studio album


Refilwe Moloto interviews British correspondent Adam Gilchrist.

  • ABBA has a new 10 track album, with two of the songs already released

  • The group is building a special high-tech stadium where they will perform virtually as avatars

ABBA. (Image by pasja1000 from Pixabay)

Swedish pop legends ABBA have announced their first studio album in 40 years.

ABBA Voyage is slated for release in November, ahead of a series of high-tech concerts where virtual avatars will perform their hits in a specially built arena in London.

The avatars, who will look like the band members in their prime 40 years ago, will perform relentlessly and flawlessly six nights a week.

The group, which broke up in 1982, maintained for many years that they would never reform.

In 2000, the group turned down $ 1 billion for a tour.

Refilwe Moloto interviewed international correspondent Adam Gilchrist (scroll up to listen – go to 3:44).

They have two songs on what will be a new 10 track album. Their first in 40 years! … One is called ‘I still have faith in you’. It’s a slow builder… but in the end, I have to say, I think you’ll be hooked. He has harmonies and vocals that skyrocket. Honestly, I felt a tingling… It’s really good to come back with…

Adam Gilchrist – international correspondent

The other song is ‘Don’t Shut Me Down’, which immediately takes you. It’s extraordinary! These are two really good, thoughtful and interesting pop songs…

Adam Gilchrist – international correspondent

It’s so ABBA; they are building a special stadium… They play like avatars… There will be virtual performances of themselves singing their new songs and their old hits… Mamma Mia, here we go again!

Adam Gilchrist – international correspondent

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