The mysterious ABBA Voyage project where ABBA is set to make a “special live stream announcement” later this week.
ABBA has taken to social media to tease their announcement.
The Swedish quartet included of Agnetha Fältskog, Björn Ulvaeus, Benny Anderssn and Anni-Frid Lyngstad. They came together in 2016 after breaking up in 1983.
It’s the latest piece fans have heard from the band regarding their cryptic ABBA Voyage project, which the band began teasing on August 26th. Information about the forthcoming announcement is not yet clear whether the project relates to new music, a tour, or both.
Posting on Twitter the band told fans: “Join us at 5:45 pm (UK time) this Thursday [September 2] for a special live stream announcement on YouTube. The journey is about to begin.”
Artwork attached to the YouTube link in the tweet commands: “Be part of a historic live stream.”
It follows ABBA launching new social media channels specifically for the ABBA Voyage project last month. Fans were directed to the website abbavoyage.com where they could register “to be first in line to hear more about” the new venture.
An insider revealed:
“ABBA is finally making their comeback and plan to release their first new music in 39 years next Friday — it’s huge.”
The ‘ABBA Voyage’ will make a documentary-style film following their return from working on new songs to creating a special purpose-built venue in East London for their holograms show, which is due to open in May 2022.