Better days: A Telegraph photo of the group after winning the 1974 Eurovision contest. L-R: Benny Andersson, late producer Stig Andersson, Annifrid Lyngstad, conductor Sven-Olof Walldoff, Agnetha Faltskog and Bjorn Ulvaeus
If the movie version of "Mamma Mia" counts as fresh ABBA, that's probably as close as anyone is going to get to new stuff. This comes from England's Telegraph newspaper:
In an interview with the Sunday Telegraph Bjorn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson, who wrote most of the group's hits, said there was nothing that could entice them back on stage.
"We will never appear on stage again," says Ulvaeus. "There is simply no motivation to re-group. Money is not a factor and we would like people to remember us as we were.
"Young, exuburent, full of energy and ambition. I remember Robert Plant saying Led Zeppelin were a cover band now because they cover all their own stuff.
"I think that hit the nail on the head."