AceShowbiz - ABBA's greatest hits are still loved by people around the world even though the band split up in 1982. Thus, when the legendary Sweden group announced their reunion last year, fans unsurprisingly went wild. Their reunion will include new music and a reunion tour, though the band won't be performing live in person. The trek will be a virtual experience complete with special "Abbatars," which are clones of their younger selves.
As for their new songs, "I Still Have Faith in You" and "Don't Shut Me Down", they were actually set to be released last year. However, the release of the songs have been delayed until autumn of this year. Even though reps for the group did not disclose the reason behind the postponement, Benny Adersson said in an interview that legal complications had delayed the release.