The four ABBA members were married to each other during the band's most active years (Agnetha Fältskog and Bjorn Ulvaeus 1971-1980, Anni-Frid Lyngstad and Benny Andersson 1978-1981 after living together for several years). As the group became more popular, both couples' personal lives suffered, which eventually caused the collapse of both marriages. But despite their marital difficulties and ABBA's breakup in 1982, the four megastars remained close friends.
The Swedish pop legends released this rousing ode to the quartet's enduring bond as the lead single from their first album in 40 years. In a promotional video
, Björn Ulvaeus said: "The first song, 'I Still Have Faith In You,' when Benny played the melody, I knew it just had to be about us. It's about realizing that it's inconceivable to be where we are. No imagination could dream up that - to release a new album after 40 years and still be the best of friends and still be enjoying each other's company and have total loyalty. Who has experienced that? Nobody."