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ABBA prods latest music in almost 40 years with ‘Voyage’ get-together: ‘Join us’

ABBA is prepared for some a greater amount of that”Money, Money, Money.”

“Dancing Queen” fans have been anxiously awaiting the primary new music in almost forty decades from the notable Swedish pop band — which has procured a detailed $2 billion in a profession that is traversed field stages, 400 million records sold, the Broadway stage and movie screens.

Presently, starting at Thursday morning, the demonstration’s new authority Twitter account dropped a sensation, obscurely building up a forthcoming opportunity for fans to observe a gathering “Voyage” of some puzzling sort.

This “Mamma Mia” of a major rebound bother is joined by a site for the secret task, and the chance to “Register your interest to be the first in line to hear more about ABBA Voyage.”


An insider with the band’s name, Capitol Music Group, revealed to The Post on Thursday that an extraordinary welcome just mystery occasion will be occurring the evening of Sept. 2 in Central Park’s Rumsey Playfield, where “ABBA-themed festivities and announcements” will be made.

This dropped with the imperative Facebook, Twitter and Instagram joins that gathering mates Agnetha Fältskog, Björn Ulvaeus, Benny Andersson and Anni-Frid Lyngstad never longed for when ABBA dispatched in 1972.

The “Voyage” is relied upon to be a long-gestating “3D image visit” that ABBA at first declared in 2016, BBC revealed. The band is additionally expected to deliver five new tunes and a narrative as partner parts of the show.

Björn, 76, Benny, 74, Agnetha, 71, and Anni-Frid, 75, have united with “American Idol” engineer Simon Fuller to rejuvenate the thoughts, as indicated by a some insider “huge” tea on the Sun.

“Fans should hold on to their hats because this is going to be one wild ride,” the insider spouted. “Björn, Benny, Agnetha and Anni-Frid will all be there on the opening night, and they will finally unveil their Abba-tars, which are like holograms of themselves. The show will feature the Abba-tars performing and speaking to the audience. It will be like taking a step back in time for those watching.”

Addressing the BBC during the show’s pre-creation in 2019, Ulvaeus said the thought was introduced to the Swedish supergroup by Spice Girls chief Fuller.

“He came to Stockholm and he introduced this plan to us that we could make indistinguishable computerized duplicates of ourselves of a particular age,” Ulvaeus said, “and that those duplicates could then go on visit and they could sing our tunes, you know, and lip-sync. I’ve seen this venture partially through, and it’s now astounding.”

The idea may appear to be fantastical — particularly after some cumbersome pop genius visualizations have been pummeled — however specialists revealed to The Post the state of the art innovation has never been something more.

“It’s not a case any more of it might happen, it will happen,”Dave Nussbaum, author and CEO of Los Angeles-based PORTL, revealed to The Post of his organization’s innovation, which permits individuals to gather continuous 3D images of entertainers for all intents and purposes anyplace.

In the mean time, the two new tracks that ABBA guaranteed when they got back to the studio in 2018 — “I Still Have Faith In You” and “Don’t Shut Me Down” — have been over and again postponed.

Presently, the group of four intends to deliver three extra tracks to thank fans for their understanding, with Ulvaeus affirming the music will “certainly” come out this year.

“It’s anything but a case anything else of it may occur, it will occur,” he told the Herald Sun, while prodding a potential gathering visit.

Subsequent to taking the top prize at the Eurovision Song Contest with “Waterloo” in 1974, ABBA proceeded to sell almost 400 million singles and collections all throughout the planet. Their last recording meetings as a band were in 1982, yet their music has lived on in the soundtracks to the religion hit 1994 film “Muriel’s Wedding” and the crush global stage melodic “Mamma Mia!,” which additionally generated a couple of hit big-screen variations featuring Meryl Streep and Cher.