Morten Harket, Magne Furuholmen and Paul Waaktaar-Savoy will be one stop from Canary Wharf on March 26, 2016, when they play their first live gigs for five years.
Marking a-ha's 30th anniversary and a forthcoming album, the group have announced four dates in the UK with other shows in Manchester, Glasgow and Birmingham.
Things had looked bleak for fans following 2010's Ending on A High Note – Farewell Tour.
But goodbye wasn't forever and, following a five-year hiatus, the band have been back in the studio recording material for Cast In Steel which will be released in the autumn.
It's their first new record in six years.
As for the upcoming gigs, Morten said: "I’m definitely looking forward to touring. I think it will be great. We will pace it so that the conditions are there for us, but it will be a full-on a-ha experience.
"We don't need to do the same run through as last time. When people come to see the band, they’ll expect the cornerstone songs, of course, but this time it will be a different pick."
Go on then, here's that sketchy video.