The two new singles are taken from “Trip”, ABBA’s first studio album since “The Visitors” in 1981.
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Here we go again! Legendary Swedish pop group Abba is on track to return to the UK’s Top 10 Singles for the first time in 40 years, with two new tracks from their upcoming album “Trip”.
“I Still Have Faith in You” (“I still believe in you”) and “Don’t Shut Me Down” (“Don’t reject me”) rank 6th and 7th on the UK charts respectively, according to estimates released on Sunday (September 5th) based on early sales and streaming. The official ranking will be published on Friday.
“If the momentum continues, these tracks will be ABBA’s first UK Top 10 singles since ‘One Of Us’ in December 1981”, underlines the organization in charge of classifications. “I Still Have Faith in You” recorded strong sales of CDs and vinyls while “Don’t Shut Me Down” is the most downloaded song in the United Kingdom so far this week, assures this organization Sunday, specifying that the two titles have been diffused in streaming more than 500,000 times to date.
The two new singles are taken from “Trip”, ABBA’s first studio album since “The Visitors” in 1981. Its release was announced at an event Thursday in London, fulfilling the comeback that fans have been promised for years.
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