Wednesday, January 22, 2014

U2 New Album Set For June Release And Rumoured Residency At The O2

U2 are set to unveil their new, ‘Invisible’ when they play at Super Bowl XLVII at the beginning of next month. The track will be part of their 13th studio album which is reportedly set for a June release.
Bono was quoted in talking about the forthcoming release. He said “We’re still working some things out. In the meantime, they will release a new single in the next few weeks. It’s called– and this is exclusive– “Invisible.” It’s not what you expect, it’s not your typical love song.”
It is likely that U2, who have just won a Golden Globe for their song ‘Ordinary Love’ from the movie ‘Mandela’, will embark on a world tour in order to promote their brand new work that comes after 2009′s ‘No Line on the Horizon’.
And here comes a great news for all the UK fans of the band: Gigslutz have been informed that the band have booked the O2 in London and will play there for a string of nights later this year. The news is still to be officially confirmed by the band with full tour dates yet to be announced. Keep your eyes peeled to Gigslutz for further developments.
Stay tuned!

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