ABBA is set to release new music next week with a new hologram comeback tour on the way.
Posted from a brand new verified Twitter account @ABBAVoyage, the announcement graphic showcases four planets adorned with golden light, linking to a website that allows you to sign up for a mailing list.
The Sun is reporting that ABBA Voyage is the name of the legendary Swedish group’s upcoming hologram tour, and the release of a new song will coincide with the show’s reveal. Their unconfirmed report states that ABBA Voyage will open in East London next May, with all four members of ABBA present.
The Abba Voyage website was launched on Thursday morning (Aug. 26, 2021), featuring a cryptic image of four glowing planets, accompanied by the date September 2.
According to The Sun, the show will involve “Abba-tars” of the stars performing hits like “Waterloo,” “Dancing Queen,” and “Mamma Mia.”
It said the holograms will be beamed onstage in a purpose-built east London theatre, where fans will also be able to see a documentary-style film on the band’s comeback.
The quartet – Agnetha Faltskog, Anna-Frid Lyngstad, Bjorn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson – returned to the studio in 2018, promising two new songs later that year.
Those tracks, “I Still Have Faith In You” and “Don’t Shut Me Down,” have been repeatedly delayed – and the band are now planning to release five tracks to thank fans for their patience.
Earlier this year, Ulvaeus confirmed the music would “definitely” come out this year.
“It’s not a case any more of it might happen, it will happen,” he told The Herald Sun.