ABBA confirm retirement after final album Voyage and TWO songs will remain unfinished

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Having formed almost 50 years ago, ABBA have confirmed they will finally retire after the band’s new album Voyage and ABBAtar tour. In a new interview, Benny Andersson said: “This is it. I didn’t actually say that, ‘This is it’ in 1982 [when we split].”

Speaking with The Guardian, Benny continued: “I never said myself that ABBA was never going to happen again. But I can tell you now: this is it.”

The 74-year-old confirmed this with ABBA co-star Björn Ulvaeus, with who he wrote two songs that didn’t make it onto the Voyage album.

Instead, those tracks will remain unfinished and presumably never see the light of day, with the duo also confirming there will be no more new ABBA music.

Benny added: “This is it. It’s got be, y’know.” While Björn quietly nodded in agreement: “Yeah.”

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