The pop group ABBA are making a comeback. They will release five new songs, a new album, and they have a new stage show. It is the first time 39 years the group will release any new music. The Swedish group formed Stockholm 1972 and became one the most popular and successful pop groups the history pop music. They are famous songs such as Dancing Queen and The Winner Takes It All. A musical romantic comedy film called Mamma Mia! was released in 2008. This showcased many their biggest hits. The movie later became a stage show, which is currently the seventh longest-running show London's musicals history. It is also the ninth longest-running show New York's Broadway.
ABBA's millions fans have been hoping a comeback for many years. The group just launched a website called ABBA Voyage. The site invites fans to register their interest a new mystery project that will be announced September the 2nd. However, ABBA's guitarist accidentally revealed that a new album is coming the autumn. Fans will be disappointed to learn that the stage show will not include ABBA the flesh. Instead, there will be holograms the group. These will be digitally-created lifelike avatars each group member. The avatars have been nicknamed "ABBAtars". There will be eight shows a week that will take place a newly-built theatre London.