The Swedish pop group ABBA, here in 1975, has announced their first album in 40 years. (L-R: Benny Andersson, Frida Lyngstad, Agnetha Faltskog, Bjorn Ulvaeus).
CNN  — 

ABBA has announced their first studio album in 40 years.

“Voyage” is scheduled for release on November 5. The group also announced a set of virtual concerts where avatars of the band will perform at a specially built venue in London’s Olympic Park to begin next May.

The show will play six nights a week, with ABBA band members appearing in digital form. A 10-piece live band will play live.

The concept of the “Abba-tars,” according to a report by The Guardian, first came about in 2016 and were designed by visual effects company Industrial Light and Magic, founded by “Star Wars” creator George Lucas.

The “Mamma Mia” and “Waterloo” singers were working on a stage show when they decided to get back in the studio. They had broken up in 1982.

In August, the group had launched an ABBA Voyage site encouraging fans to sign up for inside information.

The new album features 10 tracks and was announced during a globally streamed press conference the band held on Thursday.