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!

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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.

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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.)