- ABBA is due to make an announcement today, and it’s expected to be the first musical comeback for the superstars in nearly 40 years.
- The Swedish group is expected to release new songs and a theatrical show, AFP reported.
- The group broke up in 1982, after having huge hits like “Dancing Queen.”
Swedish music group ABBA are expected to announce on Thursday that they are getting back together, AFP reported.
The pop superstars, famous for its hits like “Dancing Queen” and “Gimme! Gimme! Gimme!,” is set to make an announcement on a livestream at 5.45 p.m. UK time on Thursday.
The group hasn’t said what it is set to announce.
But the group is “is expected to announce the release of their first new songs since the 1980s and the launch of a new theatrical show in which they will perform as hologram ‘Abbatars,’ ” AFP reported.
In a tweet earlier on Thursday, it said “The future of ABBA begins today.”
—ABBA (@ABBA) September 2, 2021
And it said on Twitter last week: “Thank you for waiting, the journey is about to begin.”
The band members stopped working together in 1982, AFP reported.