This will be ‘a-ha, the film’, which tells the story of the Norwegian band over a period of 4 years

to clarify issues, a-he has is Norway’s biggest pop hit and, on the other hand, their hit ‘Take On Me‘ continues to be one of the most played songs of the last millennium and, every time it is discovered, it marks a video clip that is among the most remarkable of all time (and we will remember at the end of this news).

Thus, with its song/video clip/iconic the band continues to be recognizable and packing its performances through multiple countries. They tour the world together but travel and stay apart behind the scenes. They only meet on stage, while doing the only thing they love.

a-he hasthe film’ will be released on July 8

From the production of the film they say that “This film closely portrays the challenging creative and personal dynamics of a group of three strong personalities. This is a story of great music, big ambitions, broken friendship and maybe, sorry.“.

In addition, a video has just been released that gives clues to this documentary film that follows the Norwegian band a-ha over a period of four years, sharing the “Wonderful story of how three young Norwegians achieved their impossible dream of succeeding in music. When “Take On Me” reached number 1 in the United States in 1985, that dream came true. The band was unprepared for what success might bring, including the tension between them.“.

the trailer

In the MTV Video Music Awards of 1986the video of ‘Take On Me’ it won six awards: Best New Artist in a Video, Best Concept Video, Most Experimental Video, Best Direction, Best Special Effects, and Viewer’s Choice, and was nominated for two others, Best Group Video and Video of the Year. ‘Take On Me’ was also nominated for pop video / favorite rock at the 13th American Music Awards in 1986.

But, above all, it is one of those videos that you have to watch at least once in your life.

‘Take On Me’ music video

Lyrics by LyricFind

We’re talking away
I don’t know what
I’m to say I’ll say it anyway
Today’s another day to find you
Shying away
I’ll be coming for your love, okay?

take on me (take on me)
Take me on (take on me)
I’ll be gone
In a day or two

so needless to say
I’m odds and ends
But I’ll be stumbling away
Slowly learning that life is okay
say after me
It’s no better to be safe than sorry

take on me (take on me)
Take me on (take on me)
I’ll be gone
In a day or two

Oh, the things that you say, yeah
Is it life or
Just to play my worries away?
You’re all the things I’ve got to remember
You’re shying away
I’ll be coming for you anyway

take on me (take on me)
Take me on (take on me)
I’ll be gone
in a day

I’ll be gone (take me, take me)
In a day (take me on, take on me)
(Take me, take me)
(Take me on, take on me)
(take on me)

By the way, before the premiere of that film they will be acting in Spain. It will be June 27 in Barcelona, Pedralbes Garden. All this because now they are with the international tour to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the debut album ‘Hunting High And Low‘. Considered one of the most important in pop music history, the album, which was played entirely at the tour shows, introduced the world to timeless hits such as the aforementioned ‘Take On Me’, ‘The Sun Always Shines On TV’ , ‘Train Of Thought’ and of course ‘Hunting High And Low’.

The trio also scored worldwide hits with the James Bond theme ‘The Living Daylights’.

Let’s also remember tracks like ‘Cry Wolf’, ‘I’ve Been Losing You’ and the Max Martin collaboration from 2005, ‘Analogue’, while among his most recent releases we have a collection of MTV Unplugged in 2017 with collaborations with Ian McCulloch and Alison Moyet of Echo & The Bunnymen.

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This will be ‘a-ha, the film’, which tells the story of the Norwegian band over a period of 4 years