ABBA star reportedly ‘back in the studio’ and ready to ‘relaunch her solo career’

Aug 25, 2023
Fans around the globe were left in a frenzy of anticipation when Fältskog appeared to drop a tantalising hint on her Instagram. Source: Getty Images.

In an exciting development for die-hard ABBA fans, Agnetha Fältskog is rumoured to have returned to the recording studio with plans of a spectacular solo career relaunch.

As reported by The Sun, Fältskog has signed with music label BMG and has been hard at work in the studio with plans to release a solo album later his year.

“Agnetha loved being back in the studio with ABBA and it inspired her to relaunch her solo career,” a source told the publication.

“She has been in regular contact for months with the team at BMG in London and they have helped develop her new sound.

“After a long time working on new music, there is finally a body of work which she loves and which is ready for release.”

Fans around the globe were left in a frenzy of anticipation when Fältskog appeared to drop a tantalising hint on her Instagram, sparking a wildfire of excitement and speculation about her imminent return to the music scene.


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Despite the cryptic nature of the post, fans were swiftly swept up into a frenzy of excitement about Fältskog’s possible return.

“Is there a new album?! What’s going on?!” one fan asked.

“Comeback? The Queen have never been gone. She is Always with us!”

“I don’t even know what’s this all about, but I’m already crying happy and emotive tears,” commented another.

“What ever it is, either new album or finally a DVD with all Agnetha’s clips, it will be a huge seller.”

While Fältskog teases her potential solo endeavours, fellow ABBA members Bjorn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson recently hinted that the Swedish supergroup may make a return to the land down under.

During a recent interview with BBC Newsnight, Ulvaeus and Andersson discussed bringing the revolutionary tour experience ABBA Voyage to Australia.

“I have to say I’d like to take the show to Australia,” Andersson said.

“It would feel good to go back there and say thank you to Australians for supporting us from day one.”

The groundbreaking ABBA Voyage tour featured de-aged digital avatars of the four-piece and took place for the first time in front of a live audience in a purpose-built ABBA Arena at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London on May 27th, 2022.

The digital avatars of the band members were created after months of motion-capture and performance techniques by an 850-strong team from Industrial Light & Magic.

Considered one of the greatest musical groups of all time, ABBA became one of the most successful acts in the history of popular music, topping the charts worldwide from 1974 to 1983. They have achieved 48 hit singles. In 2015, their song Dancing Queen was inducted into the Recording Academy’s Grammy Hall of Fame.



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