Agnetha Faltskog, ABBA Star, Returns at 73 with New Single Release
Former ABBA member Agnetha Faltskog has announced her reentry into the music industry at the age of 73 by revealing her upcoming release of a new single. Best known as one of the lead singers of the immensely successful Swedish pop group formed in 1972, she previously ventured into a solo career, with her most recent solo album dating back a decade.
Taking to a social media platform on a Tuesday evening, Faltskog disclosed the exciting news, sharing that her new single titled "Where Do We Go From Here?" will have its world premiere on BBC Radio 2. The debut is set for Thursday, 31st August, at 8:30am BST. This marks a significant step for Faltskog as she embraces a fresh chapter in her musical journey.
Recognized globally for their iconic hits including "Dancing Queen," "Fernando," and their triumphant victory at the 1974 Eurovision Song Contest with the performance of "Waterloo," ABBA captivated an extensive fan base. As Faltskog prepares to reintroduce herself to the music scene, her return holds the promise of both nostalgia and anticipation for fans worldwide.