After 40 years, ABBA, the Swedish pop group that dominated the charts in the 70s is back with a new album “Voyage” that’s already broken pre-sale records in the UK. The group also announced a tour featuring digital avatars of the band members that kicks off next year.
The first two preview tracks from the album feel like a strange clone of ABBA, and the avatars of the disco supergroup are completely unsettling. And after all these years why can’t they pronounce the word “you?”
Today comedian Rachel Hall helps us to reflect on ABBA’s strange 40 year comeback and how that Super Trouper beam is gonna find you feeling like a number one.
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