Published on November 15th, 2013 | by AlexandreG.0
U2 Announce New Album for April 2014
Last month U2 released ‘Ordinary Love’ their first song since 2009, now details have emerged about the band ‘s new album , slated for release in April . As publish here a month ago , U2 will release a new original work for spring 2014 , the official announcement of the successor of ‘No Line on the Horizon’ should be done during the Super Bowl in February. The news is advanced by Billboard .
The Irish band is working on new material since 2011 and has been in theNew Yorker Electric Lady studio with producer Danger Mouse, Guy Oseary. Paul McGuinness, confirmed to the New York Times his removal. ‘It could be seen the poor etiquette for a manager to retire before his artist has split, quit or died’, and added ‘As I approach the age of 64 , I have resolved to take a less hands-on role to the band embarks on the next cycle of Their extraordinary career.’ The 64 years old Irish was with the band for 34 years since the band formed in Dublin.
Bassist Adam Clayton said in an interview on Irish radio last month that the new songs are ‘a kind of return to the old days, but with maturity, if you will, of U2 for the last 10 years’.
Is confirmed by the news that Live Nation wants to acquire the business empire of Madonna and U2. In the meantime, The group has previously Announced the Nov. 29 for the release of a new song called ‘Ordinary Love’ for Black Friday’s Record Store Day. The track is part of a new biopic, ‘Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom.’.
See the Lyric Video For ‘Ordinary Love’