ABBA The Museum was one of the stops that up and coming folk pop stars Lily & Madeleine chose to make when recently visiting Stockholm for a day.
“Even though we were born in the 90s, we always had ABBA around the house. And we were so inspired by ABBA The Museum, getting to visit it in their hometown and hearing the whole story of ABBA,” said the sisters. “It’s amazing to see how many hits they made and how big they actually were.”
Lily & Madeleine have been compared to legendary Laurel Canyon artists like Joni Mitchell and Carole King. In addition to ABBA, this sister duo from the Midwest also have a thing for other Swedish music. Listen to their list of favourite Swedish songs here: Swedish Music
Half way through their visit to the museum, Lily & Madeleine stood up and sang a few songs from their coming album – in what was a magical moment for everyone.
”We really wanted to see the museum, it was so cool and well put together. Especially the hologram part, completely crazy being up there on stage like that,” said the sisters. “Now we’ve got to go home and rehearse an ABBA song!”
Afterwards they met up with Johanna Söderberg from First Aid Kit.
Next up for Lily & Madeleine is England and at the end of October they will be starting a tour in their homeland, the USA.
Listen to their new single “The Wolf is Free”
ABBA have sold 380 million records and their music continues enthrall and inspire new generations around the world. ABBA The Museum thanks them for their visit and wishes the sisters a heartfelt best of luck.
Walk in and dance out - ABBA The Museum är mer än ett vanligt museum. Hos oss är du en viktig del av upplevelsen! Vi vill helt enkelt att du ska få uppleva känslan av att vara den femte medlemmen i ABBA.
ABBA The Museum är en del av Swedish Music Hall of Fame.