Agnetha Faltskog has suggested that the next avatar tour and ABBA’s album could be their last.
Swedish pop icons – also including Bjorn Ulvaeus, 76, Benny Andersson, 74, and Anni-Frid Lyngstad, 75 – perform digitally with a group of 10 musicians next year as part of the race. ” ABBA Voyage ”, and have just released their first new music in four decades from their new album,“ Voyage ”, released on November 5th.
However, the 71-year-old singer questioned the future of the group “Dancing Queen”, as Agnetha admitted that the band members had “minor illnesses” which made their reunion a “struggle”.
She said: “I don’t really dare say it.
“We are a little older now and have our little pains. We continue to struggle. But I dare not say it, because it is a little uncertain.
“At the moment we’re happy to have put it all together and hope everything goes well in London when it premieres there.”
The “Thank You For The Music” hitmakers teamed up with an 850-person team from Industrial Light & Magic – the company founded by George Lucas – to create digital versions of themselves for the gig, using months of motion capture and performance techniques. .
Speaking on Swedish radio, the music legend added, “Neither of us probably knew what to expect, but we’ve been working with it a lot, so you ended up evolving into it. We just sit there doing these. songs with I do not know how many cameras and people.
“It was great doing it at the end because it was so different.
“There was also a vibe, we felt like maybe this was the last thing we did. Same thing with the album.”
The “Voyage” concert experience kicks off on May 27, 2022 at the ABBA Arena, a state-of-the-art 3,000-seat arena located at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London.
The concert will feature ABBA’s two new tracks, “I Still Have Faith In You” and “Don’t Shut Me Down”, as well as songs from their upcoming album.