THEY may have been making music together for almost 20 years – but 80s pop heroes A-ha are far from best pals.
When we caught up with the Norwegian wonders for an exclusive webchat, they REFUSED to be interviewed together and described their relationship as an 'unusual marriage'.
Speaking separately to The Sun Online, Morten Harket and Paul Waaktaar-Savoy revealed they didn’t speak to each other for most of the 1990s and that they wrote much of their new album Analogue separately.
Despite their personal differences, the group are still phenomenally successful.
They've sold a whopping 30million albums and count Coldplay's Chris Martin and U2's Bono as fans.What do you think of your celebrity fan base?
Paul: I’m a Coldplay fan so it was nice to hear that Chris Martin is a fan.
Hi Morten. Would you like to collaborate with Chris Martin from Coldplay or Bono from U2?
Morten: If it made sense and it was a musically interesting idea we would do it.
I wouldn’t want to team up for a publicity stunt. I don’t think it would work.
Read the full, exclusive interview at The Sun
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