ABBA’s Benny Andersson Confirms ‘Voyage’ Album Would Be The Last

ABBA’s Benny Andersson Confirms ‘Voyage’ Album Would Be The Last | Society Of Rock Videos

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They’re Not Going Back To The Studio

ABBA’s Benny Andersson recently spoke to The Guardian and confirmed that their highly anticipated comeback album “Voyage” would be their last. They still have two unfinished tracks and according to Andersson, the quartet has no plans of going back to the recording studio.

“Everything Abba earned went into that company and we split it four ways, no matter who did what,” he said. “And then, when we said, ‘Well, this is it, guys, let’s do something else for a bit and then we can go back perhaps in a couple of years and see if we’re still alive’, that was that: we sold the company.”

“We did not expect Abba to continue,” he mused, “I can promise you that.”

He clarified that they were all on good terms and whatever personal issues they had, those were all in the past.

“It was just fun, really, to try and see if we could do something,” Bjorn Ulvaeus admitted. “I think everyone was completely aware that if what we did was not up to the standard that we all wanted, we would just forget about it. There was no pressure in that respect.”

Initially, they were only working on two songs for a show they later abandoned. However, Andersson shared that “once we got started, that really got me cooking – you know, maybe we can do a couple of others, work on things that have been around for a long time, not knowing what to do with them.”

ABBA’s so-called “concert residency” will launch in May 2022 in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

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