Nöjesbladet revealed global innovation for more than a week late.
Now confirm the record label Universal to Abba are planning a sort of comeback – in the virtual reality.
“Our fans all over the world always ask us to be reunited so I hope they enjoy this new Abba-creation is as exciting as I do,” says Anni-Frid Lyngstad in a press release.
Abbamembers have just as Nöjesbladet could reveal a week ago, worked together with Simon Fuller in order to take forward its new digital virtual reality concept "Digital Abba".
Simon Fuller is the tv producer who is behind shows like "Idol" and "So you think you can dance" and also the man who created the Spice Girls.
Now confirm the record company Universal Nöjesbladets disclosure about Abbas digital comeback in a press release.
"Almost 35 years after its last public appearance preparing Abbas members for giving their fans the world over what million of them dreamed of but thought impossible: A new entertainment experience," writes the label.
According to the press release you should make use of the latest in virtual reality technology to "enable a new generation of fans to see, hear and feel the Abba in a way that had previously been impossible to imagine." NÖJESBLADET REVEAL May soon be on stage again – as a hologram
group Members participate
All four of Abba’s members reported to be involved in the project to ensure that you are not compromising on the band’s original vision.
” We are inspired by the future of limitless opportunities and love to be part of creating something new and dramatically here. A time machine that captures the essence of who we were. And is, say, Benny Andersson in the press release.
Anni-Frid Lyngstad reminiscent of the fans ‘ constant desire for a reunion.
“Our fans all over the world always ask us to be reunited so I hope they enjoy this new Abba-creation is as exciting as I do,” she says in the press release.
More details on what the new project will contain the promises the record company to go out with in 2017.
Nöjesbladets disclosure about Abbas upcoming collaboration with Simon Fuller quickly spread across the world last week and were cited by, among others, british newspapers The Sun and Daily Express and also of the news channel Sky News in Australia.