Norwegian new wave rockers A-ha stepped into the spotlight in 1985 with the release of their hit debut album, Hunting High and Low. The album peaked at number one in their native Norway and number 15 on the US Billboard album chart, yielding two massive hit singles with "Take On Me" and "The Sun Always Shines on TV" and earning the group a Grammy nomination for Best New Artist. A-ha would go on to release several hit albums over the course of the decade, including The Living Daylights, Stay on These Roads, and Crying in the Rain before entering a hiatus in 1994. They have reunited several times in the years since, releasing new material and playing live shows around the world. A-ha has released a total of ten studio albums and is one of the largest-grossing bands in the world.