Here’s the acoustic version of a-ha’s only number 1 hit (I know, right?) The Sun Always Shines On TV. and featuring Ingrid Helene Håvik.
Yes, another track from the upcoming MTV Unplugged Summer Solstice album, out in early October.
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New a-ha single from the upcoming acoustic album (MTV Unplugged – Summer Solstice), which is out ever so soon now (October 6th).
There’s Morten, there’s a piano, there are violins and cellos – there’s even a harpsichord.
What’s not to like?
Herewith the album cover for a-ha’s MTV Unplugged session, recorded
on pretty close to the Summer Solstice in north-western Norway.
It’s due for release on 6th October and will feature two new songs: This Is Our Home and Break In The Clouds, along with nineteen acoustic versions of previous work.
Of course I’m looking forward to it. Why wouldn’t I be?
A lovely interview and live set from American singy man Conor Oberst on BBC 6 Music this afternoon. He comes across as chilled, genuine, thoughtful and accessible. And not anywhere near as weird as a lot of American singy men.
Herewith one of the songs he played: Barbary Coast (Later):
Beautiful. I’m not usually a huge fan of anything with a harmonica in it, but this is almost Bob Dylan-esque in its emotion.
Just when you thought it was all over…
a-ha will make a live acoustic album and concert film from a series of intimate performances to take place between June 26 – June 30, 2017.
The album, DVD and broadcast are scheduled for release in November 2017.
In early 2018, a-ha will take this special acoustic set on the road, giving the fans a new way to experience the music they love.
So… where are we going to see them this time, I wonder? After all, there’s still time to slip a couple of tickets into my Xmas stocking, darling…
The a-ha.com page is currently oversubcribed, suggesting that there is significant interest in this endeavour. The venues for the “series of intimate performances” haven’t yet been announced, but the first confirmed dates are in January 2018 and are in Germany, Switzerland and Austria.
Presumably, the Cape Town leg of the tour will be in February or March.
I guess we’ll find out soon enough.