“I Still Believe in You” and “Don’t Shut Me Down” took sixth and seventh place on the UK charts, respectively, according to estimates published on Sunday and based on first sales and live broadcasts. The official ranking will be published on Friday.
“If the momentum continues, these tracks will be ABBA’s first singles to appear in the British Top 10 since ‘One Of Us’ in December 1981,” confirms the charting organization. The organization said on Sunday that “I Still Believe in You” has hit solid CD and vinyl sales, while “Don’t Shut Me Down” is the UK’s most-downloaded song so far this week, adding that both The two addresses. Over 500,000 times so far.
The two new singles are taken from “Voyage,” ABBA’s first studio album since 1981’s “The Visitors.” It was announced that it will be released at a Thursday event in London, marking a comeback that fans have been promising for years. “Voyage,” a 10-track album that includes eight new songs and two new releases — “Just a Notion” and “Bumblebee” — will be released on November 5.
The four ABBA members – an acronym made up of their initials – split in 1982 with Annie Fred Lingstad, 75, Agnetha Waltzkog, 71, Bjorn Ulvaeus, 76, and Benny Anderson, 74.
The group, known for their great songs and 1970s costumes, will also launch a new show that will begin next May in a 3,000-seat theater specially designed for the occasion in East London. It’ll be rolling in an hour and a half its tubes, interpreted by the enhanced holograms that make it small. Tickets for this show go on sale Tuesday.
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