Legendary Swedish pop group ABBA returned for the first time in 40 years to the top 10 singles chart in the UK, with a new song from his upcoming album “Voyage”, according to the official classification published this Friday.
“Don’t Shut Me Down” it was ranked ninth on the list of the 10 greatest British hits.
The song is the second most downloaded this week and was listened to 2.3 million times in streaming, said the organization in charge of the classification.
It is ABBA’s first single to rank in the UK top 10 since “One Of Us” in January 1982, he added. It is also the band’s 20th single to make it into the UK top 10.
The title appears on “Voyage”, ABBA’s first album since “The Visitors” in 1981.
The launch was announced at an event in London last week.
The four members of ABBA – an acronym for the first names of its members – are now all septuagenarians: Anni-Frid Lyngstad (75), Agnetha Fältskog (71), Björn Ulvaeus (76) and Benny Andersson (74). The band broke up in 1982.
“Voyage”, which will feature 10 titles, will go on sale on November 5. The group is also planning to give a hologram show.