Listen to the new A-ha single

July 1, 2010 · Posted in Uncategorized 

You can listen to the new A-ha single “Butterfly, Butterfly (the last hurrah)”, written by Paul Waaktaar-Savoy and produced by Martin Terefe, right here at Stereoklang. The news for the single leaked out prematurely on May 5th when the New York-based mix engineer Michael H Brauer posted the following message on his website: “I just mixed the final recorded song to be released by A-ha called “Butterfly” (sic).”

The new single is released to promote a new, double CD compilation, their 3rd already. “Butterfly, Butterfly (the last hurrah)” is the very last single from the biggest Norwegian synthpop band ever. The world premiere will be aired on June 14 on NRK P1, NRK P3 and VGnet Monday at 09.50 AM.

And that’s not all for this year, a new live DVD and a re-release of the book “The Swing of Things” by Jan Omdahl is also in the making. On top of that the band releases “The Singles: 1984 – 2004” in the USA and will re-release ‘deluxe’ versions of “Hunting High and Low” and “Scoundrel Days”

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