But it looks like soon fans will be able to say ‘Thank You For The Music’, with the news that the Swedish superstars will share the highly-anticipated new music this autumn.
Speaking to a Denmark tabloid, ABBA’s Björn Ulvaeus confirmed that fans of the iconic group can expect new song in “September or October.”
Ulvaeus told Ekstra Bladet that the new music “has been delayed for too long” as “it takes an extremely long time” to make a video featuring digital versions of the Swedish stars.
The tracks were set to drop prior to a hologram tour set to take place later those year, which is said to feature virtual ‘Abbatars’ of Ulvaeus and his bandmates Benny Andersson, Agnetha Fältskog and Anni-Frid Lyngstad captured in their ’70s heyday.
The group have been tight-lipped on upcoming release details, only unveiling plans to release two new songs last April.
The songs titled ‘Don’t Shut Me Down’ and ‘I Still Have Faith In You’, were set to premiere via the BBC and NBC in a special televised programme set to air last December – although that never came to be.