The second coming of Norwegian pop gods A-Ha continues with this title track from their new album.
Complete with a string arrangement and a chord sequence not a million miles away from Beloved's 'Come Together', and Morton Harkett's ever-lovely and emotive vocals, this is sassy stuff.
There are hints of the A-Ha of old in the sweeping orchestral drama of the piece, but this is a band that has clearly developed onto a more credible plateau and who are clearly less bothered about chart success than they have been. 'The Sun Always Shines On TV' it isn't, but on its own terms it's just as good. It's great to have them back.