Cult band: Abba singer Agnetha Fältskog announces new solo album

Cult band: Abba singer Agnetha Fältskog announces new solo album

Fans of the Swedish music group can be happy: singer Agnetha Fältskog is releasing a new solo album. However, there should only be one completely new song.

Abba star Agnetha Fältskog (73) has released her first new song in ten years and at the same time announced a new solo album.

The album, titled “A+,” will be released on October 13, the singer announced. The Swede has already released the first single from it, “Where Do We Go From Here?”. It is a catchy, contemporary pop piece with a feel-good character. Even Abba nostalgics get their money’s worth, not least thanks to Fältskog’s light Swedish accent and her iconic bright voice, which you can’t hear her 73 years of age.

“Where do we go from here?” is said to be the only completely new song to be heard on “A+”. The rest of the album is said to be a rework of her last solo album, ‘A’, released in 2013. A few years ago she heard a song by “A” on the radio and wondered how this album would sound if it were produced today, Fältskog wrote on Instagram. She then approached the producers from back then with the idea. “A little later I heard the first revised song and I have to say I absolutely loved it,” she said. “It sounded so fresh and modern, even better than I imagined!”

Agnetha Fältskog formed the Swedish cult band Abba in the 1970s together with Björn Ulvaeus, Benny Andersson and Anni-Frid “Frida” Lyngstad. The group celebrated worldwide success with songs like “Waterloo”, “Dancing Queen” and “Mamma Mia”. Faltskog later released several solo albums. In November 2021, Abba released their first studio album together in almost 40 years.

Source: Stern

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