A-Ha's "Take On Me" Video Tops 1 Billion YouTube Views - Movie Will Be Released This Year!
Norwegian band A-ha's 1984 song "Take on Me" crossed 1 billion views on YouTube! It has just been revealed that a feature documentary called A-ha: The Movie will be released later this year!
Norwegian band A-ha's classic hit "Take On Me" video now has more than 1 billion viewers on YouTube - more than 480,000 daily. The song is considered to be one of the 1980's anthems and fans all over the world have enjoyed it over the past decades!
There are more exciting news: A feature documentary titled A-ha: The Movie will be released in November. Distributed internationally by First Hand Films, the movie will be broadcast in theaters around the world.
A-ha will perform this year in Oslo, Norway
The A-ha: The Movie premiere will be accompanied by a live-streaming event of never-before-seen images and videos! The film will follow Paul Waaktaar-Savoy, Magne Furuholmen and Morten Harket's career as a band over a period of four years. They are also set to perform in Oslo, on November 28.
A-ha's "Take on Me" video combines pencil-sketch animation and live action. It became the second 1980's song to reach one billion views, only behind Guns N' Roses' "Sweet Child O' Mine" (1987.)