Swedish supergroup Abba will be "reuniting" formally for the first time since their split over 30 years ago to work on a project with music mogul Simon Fuller.
The popular quartet — Agnetha Faltskog, Bjorn Ulvaeus, Benny Andersson and Anni-Frid Lyngstad — parted ways in 1982 after a successful 10-year stint.
The group has announced they will work with Fuller, who rose to fame managing the Spice Girls, on what is being described as a “groundbreaking venture that will utilise the very latest in digital and virtual reality technology”.
Lyngstad said fans around the world always ask about a reunion, and added: “I hope this new Abba creation will excite them as much as it excites me.”
Andersson said: “We’re inspired by the limitless possibilities of what the future holds and are loving being a part of creating something new and dramatic here. A time machine that captures the essence of who we were. And are.”
The full details of the new project have not been announced but the foursome will be involved in the creative process with a view to “maintaining the authenticity and integrity of the band’s original vision”.