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ABBA co-founder Björn Ulvaeus hints at new album release

The iconic band haven't released an album since 1981

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ABBA co-founder, Björn Ulvaeus, has hinted at a new album release.

In April it was revealed that the group reunited to record new music for their upcoming televised digital concert, which is set to be aired on BBC in December.

The iconic band hadn’t been in studio together since their split in 1982 and Björn told fans about the experience at a press conference in July.

“We have never been in a studio together since we split up in ’82 and we looked around and this situation is so incredibly familiar… it took seconds and we were back like yesterday,” he revealed.

 

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The musician has made fans very excited recently though, as he announced that a new album could be on the cards.

“A new album, possibly. Or four songs or something like that — that’s possible,” he told the Evening Standard.

“But for us to perform on stage that’s just not going to happen. That’s a definite,” the 73-year-old said.

 

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ABBA won the Eurovision Song Contest in 1974 and sold over 400 singles and albums worldwide during the nine years they were together.