Zara Larsson takes care of ABBA’s ‘Lay All Your Love On Me’, as well as let NME know what the band mean to her and uncovering that work is advancing great on a “dull” and “helpless” new collection. Watch our meeting with Larsson above.
Today sees Larsson discharge her front of the Swedish pop goliaths’ 1981 track for the Spotify Singles series, soon after the debut of the band’s aggressive new ABBA Voyage show in London.
Addressing NME on honorary pathway of the occasion, Larsson conceded being a little captivated to have pop sovereignty close by.
“They were like, ‘Goodness, might you at any point accept the Swedish Royal Family is here?’ and I was like, ‘I know, ABBA are not too far off’,” she said. “They were like, ‘No, the genuine Royal Family will be here’.”
However, who might she be probably going to take a slug for – ABBA or the Swedish Royal Family?
“I don’t have the foggiest idea, I really love them both! I truly do,” she answered. “Be that as it may, clearly as a performer, it’s ABBA.”
Larsson additionally uncovered that she had recently met ABBA’s Björn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson. “In addition to the fact that they are sweet, they’re a portion of the skilled artists ever – the manner in which they compose the tunes, the manner in which they perform them, the outfits; they’re pop legends, genuinely,” she said.
Furthermore, how she secure a joint effort with ABBA?
“I don’t have the foggiest idea! Tell me! I need it! Give me a few hints,” she answered. “Might you at any point envision that, on the following collection: ‘Zara Larsson including ABBA’? Goodness. Perhaps I ought to compose a melody with Benny.”