If the ABBA comeback needs a drummer, then look no further than Dave Grohl.
Last month, the Swedish pop icons announced plans for their first new album in 40 years, and released a pair of new songs: "I Still Have Faith in You" and "Don't Shut Me Down." The news was very exciting for Grohl, who, one might say, has been brokenhearted -- blue, even -- since they day ABBA parted.
"Oh my god, I'm such a big ABBA fan," Grohl tells the BBC. "When I saw that they were coming back and they had a record, I shot that link to 100 people I knew, then listened to the new song and wept like a baby. I cried like a baby. Oh man!"
When the interviewer suggests the idea that the former Nirvana drummer could reprise his role on ABBA's 2022 reunion tour -- which will feature digital avatars of the group -- Grohl did not hesitate.
"Listen, I will get up and play drums at the opening of an envelope," he says. "Show me a drum set and I will sit down to it. So yes, I would play with ABBA."