The album is already available for listening on Internet music services, as well as on CDs and audio cassettes.
Swedish band ABBA on Friday released a new album Voyage, which became the first in 40 years after the breakup of the group. This is reported on the official website of the musical group.
“ABBA is back with a new Voyage album,” the website says. It is noted that the album is already available for listening on Internet music services, as well as on CD-ROMs and audio cassettes.
At a virtual press conference from London in early September, the band revealed that they were planning to release a Voyage album with 10 new songs. It was also announced about the show, which will be held in London at a concert arena built specifically for this event, designed for 3 thousand spectators. The show will have the same name as the album recorded after a 40-year hiatus. Ten live musicians will perform together with four holograms of the quartet members.
According to the official website of the show, the first concerts are scheduled for the end of May.
According to the British Broadcasting Corporation BBC, about 400 million singles and records of the band have been sold in the world. In 2015, an ABBA composition called Dancing Queen was included in the Hall of Fame of the prestigious American Grammy Award. The movies Mamma Mia! and Mamma Mia! 2, which are based on the songs of the Swedish band, according to the well-known film portal IMDb (Internet Movie Database), for two have collected more than $ 1 billion at the global box office.