- Publish Date
- Wednesday, 22 September 2021, 12:55PM
ABBA fans worldwide were over the moon earlier this month when the Swedish superstars reunited for their first new album in 40 years.
However, sadly, it appears that the album might mark the beginning of the end for the group, rather than a new chapter.
Speaking on Swedish Radio about the band's reunion, Agnetha Fältskog hinted that their forthcoming album Voyage might be their last album ever.
He said: "It felt great to do [it] in the end. Also, there was a vibe, one felt that maybe it's the last thing we do."
The 71-year-old Swedish singer also revealed that she is unsure when or if the band will get together next.
"I don't really dare to say. We're a bit older now, and have our minor ailments," she laughed.
"But we struggle on. But I don't dare to say, because it's a bit uncertain. At the moment we feel happy that we got this together.”
Fans had been eagerly awaiting new music from the group since they revealed they had recorded new songs in 2018.
Fältskog added that the group is thrilled their new songs, 'I Still Have Faith In You' and 'Don't Shut Me Down', have been so well-received, adding that their fans’ emotional reactions to their new music have been "almost hard to take in, actually."
"I can tell you this much; if you like these two songs, you will probably like the entire album," she added.
The forthcoming album Voyage is set to be released on November 5.
The group went their separate ways in 1982 at the height of their career.
They performed together for the first time in decades in 2016 at a private event, which marked the 50th anniversary of the first meeting between songwriters Björn and Benny.