A-ha is making noise again with its latest studio album Lifelines and highly anticipated High and Low tour. The Norwegian band was formed in Oslo in 1982 and founded by guitarist Paul Waaktaar-Savoy, pianist Magne Furuholmen and singer Morten Harket. Today, the band has garnered much global success, in which it has sold over 100 million records worldwide. Its rise to fame happened with the release of its single “Take on Me.”



The 1984 single reached number two on both the UK Singles Chart and U.S. Singles Chart. The music video, directed by Steve Barron, collected six awards and a nomination for two other awards at the 1986 MTV Video Music Awards.

The band is currently on its High and Low tour, in which is dedicated to its debut album Hunting High and Low. The first half of the concert consists of both new and old songs, while the second half is a 10-song performance of the band’s 1985 album. The latest show was at the SSE Arena in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Get tickets to upcoming shows on the tour here.