ABBA joined the Christmas frenzy with the release of their very first Christmas single. Little things.
The route is from her comeback album trip and All proceeds from the song go to Unicef to support the Global Child Protection Fund.
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Described as “a gentle reflection on the joy of Christmas mornings and family time at this special time of year,” the track follows news that ABBA have been nominated for their first Grammy Award for their song I still have faith in you.
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In a statement, Agnetha, Björn, Benny & Anni-Frid said: “We believe that without empowering women it is impossible to eradicate poverty.
“That is why we support Unicef in protecting girls from sexual violence and empowering them through the Global Child Protection Fund. We have been doing this with our song for many years Chiquitita and now we have decided to give Unicef a Christmas present in the form of a second song: Little Things from our album Voyage! ”.
The video for the single was also released today and is a conceptual take on the production behind it ABBA travel, the concert series with digital versions of ABBA that opens in London next year.
trip was released last month and directly ranked number one in 18 countries including Ireland. In its first week, Voyage had worldwide sales of over a million copies and to date has received more than 190 million streams combined.
In Ireland, Voyage made a massive comeback, debuting at # 1 on the official Irish album charts, claiming the biggest opening week yet in 2021. At the same time, Gold – greatest hits reached number 6 on the charts and expanded its run in the top 50.
The band also claimed three entries, don’t kill me, When you danced with me and I still have faith in you in the Irish singles chart.
Commenting on the album’s success, the band said: “We are so happy that our fans seem to have enjoyed our new album as much as we enjoyed making it! We are absolutely over the moon to have an album at the top of the world charts again. “