Watch Video: ABBA Debuts Two New Songs After 40 Years, “I Still Have Faith in You,” “Don’t Shut Me Down”

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Live from Stockholm, ABBA put on a worldwide event for their superfans. They are a rare breed, certainly.

Two new songs, videos– “Don’t Shut Me Down” and “I Still Have Faith in You.”

The group debuted their first new song since 1982, “I Still Have Faith In You,” a ballad mostly sung by the women.

There’s a video made from animated avatars of themselves from years ago. A little creepy.


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