Dave Grohl offered to play ABBA drums after listening to the comeback single and “cry like a baby”.
Foo Fighters frontman and former Nirvana Stickman is a big fan of hit maker “Dancing Queen” and impressed with “I Still Have Faith In You”, one of the Swedish pop group’s first new songs for almost 40 years. I was overwhelmed by.
The âEverlongâ rocker who appeared on âBBC Breakfastâ Thursday morning (30.09.21) said, âWell I’m a huge ABBA fan. They’re back and have some records. saw, I shot it for 100 people who knew the connection, listened to the new song and cried like a baby. I cried like a baby. Hey! “
He explains why he shed tears in the ballad: âIt looked like it wasn’t long. And it was a very beautiful romantic, melancholy, bittersweet retrospective. Well, this is great. ABBA definitely is.
When asked if he would play drums for the band âWaterlooâ, he replied: Yes, I will play with ABBA. “
Three years ago, the “Learn to Fly” rocker wore an old-fashioned band shirt named after the band “Fernando” when he appeared on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” “. He confessed and explained that he loved the winners of Eurovision 1974. He rocked the top as he was excited about their long awaited return.
He told the talk show host: âI’ve heard that ABBA is making more music. There was ABBA’s comeback and I was upset.
When asked if Jimmy was a fan, Dave replied, âWho doesn’t love ABBA ?! Everyone loves ABBA!
In addition to releasing new music on their next album, Voyage, ABBA (consisting of Agnetha Faltskog, Bjorn Ulvaeus, Benny Andersson and Anni-Frid Lyngstad) will be releasing âAbba Voyageâ next year.
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The âVoyageâ concert experience kicks off on May 27, 2022 at ABBA Arena, a state-of-the-art 3,000-seat arena in London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
The concert will feature two new tracks from ABBA, including “Don’t Shut Me Down” and songs from the new album.