The distinctive animated video for A-ha's "Take on Me" has been viewed a billion times on YouTube. More than 30 years later, "Take on Me” is reaching new generations of fans through commercials (Volkswagen), soundtracks (Deadpool 2), samples (Pitbull), tributes (Weezer) and parodies (Family Guy).
Now the platform is showing a three-part video documentary on it. Members of the band appear, as do fellow musicians James Blunt,Ed Sheeran and Nile Rodgers.
The first segment is online now, with the second and third coming out the next two Fridays.