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More than a year after singer Benny Andersson, 71, revealed that the group would reunite as virtual avatars for a live "entertainment experience." The beloved band has announced that it will also release new music.  "The decision to launch the exciting ABBA Avatar Tour project had an unexpected consequence. All four of us thought that after 35 years it could be fun to work together again and go to the recording studio. That's what we did, "wrote Andersson, Agnetha Fältskog, 68, Björn Ulvaeus, 73, and Anni-Frid Lyngstad, 72, in a group message shared on social media.
" And it was as if time stood still "We just left on a short holiday," she continued, describing her time together in the recording studio as "a most enjoyable experience!"
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While the band has yet to announce a release date for their new songs, ABBA said fans could hear one of the songs – and see a preview of the group's new "digital self" – this December. [196592002″[The reunion] resulted in two new songs and one of them, "I Still Have Faith In You", is being aired by our digital selves in a TV special by NBC and the BBC to be broadcast in December
They added, "We may have grown up, but son g is new. And it feels good.
Andersson described the group's virtual reunion as "a time machine that captures the essence of who we were. And are. "
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" We are inspired by the limitless possibilities of what the future holds and love to do something new and dramatic "He added," Hi-Tech entertainment concept, which was the idea of former Spice Girls manager Simon Fuller.
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The four members of ABBA, who sold 380 million records during their entire career, split in 1982 after the two couples divorced.
Although vocalists Fältskog and Lyngstad largely withdrew from the music world, Ulvaeus and Andersson created the Broadway hit Mamma Mia! which later became a film musical with Amanda Seyfried, Meryl Streep and Pierce Brosnan became  The continuation of the film Mamma Mia: We're leaving! will be released this year.
ABBA was reunited in 2016 when all four members sang on stage for the first time in 30 years at a special 50-year party in Stockholm
Months ago at the opening of Ulvaeus' new restaurant, "Mamma Mia! The Party" in Stockholm.