Popular Swedish music group ABBA has released its first new music in 40 years and says all four members will work together on a new concert experience.
The group of two men and two women produced a number of hit songs in the 1970s and 80s, such as "Dancing Queen," "Mamma Mia" and "Chiquitita."
Even after they stopped working together in 1982, their music has remained popular and inspired many artists. ABBA's global fame saw a resurgence following the release of its best hits album in the 1990s.
ABBA announced the reunion on its official website on Thursday and unveiled a music video of its first new song in four decades, "I Still Have Faith In You."
The members also announced they plan to release a new album, "Voyage," in November, featuring only new songs. They also say they plan to hold a concert in London next May, which will digitally feature performances from the past and present.
ABBA said, "Thank you for waiting, the journey is about to begin."
The group said the members decided to call the album "Voyage" as they are truly sailing in uncharted waters. They said with the help of their younger selves, they will travel into the future.