Björn Ulveus insists there will be no more ABBA music Music
Björn Ulveus insists that ABBA have finished releasing new music.
Hitmakers Dancing Queen – which also includes Agnetha Faltskog, Ani-Fried Lingstad and Benny Anderson – reunited last year for their first album, featuring new music in four decades, “Voyage”, and despite on his record-breaking success, Bjorn believes it will be the last record of the Eurovision winner band.
In an interview with The Sun’s Bizarre column, the songwriter answered a question about whether ABBA will release new music: “If you do such a thing, you don’t know how people will perceive it. We are so proud to have released this album.
“I don’t think there will be any more music with ABBA. I think it was definitely our last album. ”
“Voyage” became ABBA’s 10th album number one in the UK.
The Swedish band is in London to attend their new digital show featuring their “Abba-tars” on May 27 at a purpose-built arena in Stratford, east London.
Despite the fact that the upcoming holographic show on stage is “performed” by their avatars, it is expected that all four ABBA participants will attend the premiere.
ABBA fanatics, including Sir Elton John and Kylie Minogue, are also expected on the show “ABBA Voyage”.
The 90-minute set includes pre-recorded classics mixed with new band numbers such as “Don’t Shut Me Down”.
And the 77-year-old Bjorn admitted that it was “very emotional” to see the performance of his younger digital resemblance.
He said: “Sometimes it’s very emotional. Life-size avatars that you see on stage with live musicians need to be pinched. Even I feel like they are really there.
It seems like the usual reaction: “What the hell was that ?!” The jaws sank to the ground. It’s a layer on a layer of music, emotions and illusions in a beautiful texture. “