To celebrate the release of their first album this century, we took a deep dive into ABBA's legacy of creating perfect – yet oddly polarising – pop.
With live band karaoke, I can tune out the noise of life and be somebody else, someone who rocks out—all while backed by a real band.
ABBA's songs were never that kind to women, but 'Mamma Mia' provides a surprisingly feminist re-telling of Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus' music.
You thought it was just a cheesy song that your great-aunt fell over to at your cousin's wedding, didn't you? You were wrong.
Twenty years ago, it was extremely okay to be this corny and revive pig latin.
How two Indian sisters in 1981 made a joyful ABBA covers album for an Indian audience.
Breakups? Breakdowns? Funerals? We all have musical ghosts and they're destined to haunt us forever.
How perfect pop helps to make sense of the chaos in an era when Trump will soon run the free world.
Benny Andersson has promised "a time machine that captures the essence of who we were."
Because aren't they pretty much the 2Pac of disco?