Two years after the iconic Swedish pop group, ABBA, announced their return to the international music scene with a brand new album, lead singer Agnetha Fältskog has announced that she will soon release a new single as a solo artist.
This long-awaited single is entitled, “Where Do We Go From Here?”, and today (Thursday) makes its global debut on, among others, BBC Radio 2.
Fältskog (73) teased fans on Instagram last week that she will be releasing music soon.
Fältskog and Anni-Frid Lyngstad stormed the music world together with Björn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson as ABBA about five decades ago. Although the group only released a new album after some 40 years, Fältskog released quite a few solo albums, with the latest being released in 2013.
ABBA gained international fame in 1974 after winning the Eurovision Song Contest with the hit track “Waterloo”. The group broke up in 1982 after the release of the album, The Visitors.
In 2018, the supergroup confirmed the rumors that they were going into the studio together to record new music.
The new 10-track album, titled Voyagefinally saw the light of day in 2021, with “I Still Have Faith in You” and “Don’t Shut Me Down” released as singles.
ABBA also returned to the stage with a production in London, England, where they appeared as so-called holograms, dubbed “ABBAtars”.