WATCH: New a-ha Documentary Gets a Trailer

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If all you know of a-ha is "Take on Me," you only know part of their story. A new documentary premiering at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York next month will tell the rest of that story.

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a-ha: The Movie showcases the hits and history of the bestselling Norwegian pop trio, known in America for their 1985 chart-topper (and its dazzling video) - but Morten Harket, Pål Waaktaar-Savoy and Magne Furuholmen have been making great music in the decades since. They've scored multiple Top 10 hits in Europe and continue to sell out concerts all over the world; their last album was 2015's Cast in Steel.

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The new documentary will provide an honest look into a-ha's past and present, with rare archival footage as well as new interviews with the band members. It will premiere at Tribeca on June 12 and will be available to stream through the festival the next day.

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