May 28, 2024

U2 is preparing a new album

According to Billboard.com, the famous Irish band U2 is currently working on a new studio album in Dublin, alongside Brian Eno and Daniel Lanois. The release date of this disc has not been revealed yet.

Members of U2Eno and Lanois have already worked together several times. "We will try to innovate and deliver a masterpiece," said Daniel Lanois.
According to the Billboard.com website, recordings could make two albums possible.

Bono revealed last December to the British newspaper The Independent that the band's next album U2 would not look like any other.
"People will feel the difference" said Bono the newspaper. According to the details of Bono, it seems that the musicians were inspired, for their new album, sounds trance, metal, but also Moroccan.
Bono The interviewer told The Independent that the new record should look like no precedent. "Neither to the music of any other artist," he added. "Normally, when you play a song of U2, the dance floor is empty. This time, that might not be the case, "revealed Bono.

In addition to these recordings, to celebrate its 20th anniversary, the group U2 publishes a remastered version of the album "Joshua Tree".
This new version will be available in four formats:
- Standard CD with lyrics and unpublished photos by Anton Corbijn
- double vinyl with original pressing
- 2CD deluxe edition with b-sides and demos of album sessions
- limited edition deluxe 2CD
A DVD is available. He proposes the Paris concert at the Vincennes racecourse in July 1987 as well as unpublished images.
Since its release in 1987, the album "Joshua Tree" has sold more than 20 million copies. Produced by Brian Eno, this disc powered U2 at the top of the charts, especially with the titles "With or Without You" and "I Still Have Not Found What I'm Looking For". He allowed the band Bono to win two Grammy Awards in 1987: Best Album and Best Rock Performance. The same year,U2 was also voted Most Popular Rock Band by Time Magazine.
The group has won 22 Grammy Awards throughout their career.



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