U2 debuted "American Soul" for the very first time in front of a live audience last night in New York City. The band performed "Get Out of Your Own Way" as well. Watch the complete performances below:
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A few days ago U2 released a new music video for "You're the Best Thing About Me". The video was shot on the streets of New York City when they recently performed there and features many iconic shots of the city including the Statue of Liberty, while telling a story of U2 having a fun night in Times Square. This official video, directed by Jonas Åkerlund, accompanies the release of U2's new single "You're the Best Thing About Me" that will be available on the band's forthcoming album "Songs of Experience".
Also earlier this month, Norwegian DJ Kygo (https://www.kygomusic.com/) released a remix/promo video of "You're the Best Thing About Me" here:
If you didn't see the lyric video released on September 6, here it is as well:
Watch U2 perform "Bullet the Blue Sky" and new single "You're the Best Thing About Me" below! U2 performed live on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon last night (September 8, 2017).
Bullet the Blue Sky
You're the Best Thing About Me
Taken from the official U2Station.com Facebook page:
U2 were the guests on Jimmy Kimmel Live on May 23, 2017. Check out their 20+ minute interview and a surprise performance of "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For":
Also watch U2's performance of their new song "The Little Things That Give You Away":
Longtime U2 fans have launched a campaign to make a film dedicated to U2's most dedicated followers.
by Hot Press
U2 fan and filmmaker David Barry - working with the #strongerthanfear campaign, the U2 Fans Tour Group and The Dream Out Loud team - has launched an ambitious campaign to make a film about the U2 fan base. Dream Out Loud will be a film made by U2 fans about U2 fans and their connection to the music, the band and each other.
To create a professional broadcast-worthy film, Mr. Barry has launched a crowd funding campaign to raise $40,000 to make this historic film. The funds will be spent on travel and crew expenses to film and interview fans in cities during U2's Joshua Tree 30th Anniversary tour this summer. The Dream Out Loud film will also speak with fans from Brazil, Australia, Mexico and many other countries.
Bono performs a duet with Halsey (with Herbie Hancock on piano) about the 2016 year in review!
Afterwards, Bono is interviewed by Jimmy and talks about some of the great work (RED) does to fight AIDS, recalls riding a bike in Central Park with the winners of his Omaze experience last year and shares the details of the Omaze experience U2 is offering this year to help raise money for (RED).
Then, Julia Roberts talks about her friendship with Bono and discusses the Omaze experience they're offering up to help raise money for (RED)'s fight against AIDS.
Finally, the people at Jimmy Kimmel Live created a special song for their special (RED) show to help the fight against AIDS. The song features Jimmy, Bono, Julia Roberts, Kristen Bell, DJ Khaled, The Killers, Channing Tatum, Neil Patrick Harris and Halsey.
Also, Bono reprised his role as Mephisto!
Reviewed by Brian Orndorf, June 14, 2016, Blu-ray.com
It was supposed to be just another night on the highly successful "Innocence + Experience" tour, taking the band U2 to Paris for a concert intended for cable and internet broadcast. Unfortunately, plans for entertainment were quickly set aside to deal with the November 2015 Paris Terrorist Attacks, an event that shocked the world and forced U2 to rethink touring plans. Not wanting to disappoint loyal fans and preserve their reputation as one of most socially and politically-minded bands of all time, U2 returned to Paris three weeks later, refusing to bow down to terror-minded folk and put on a big time rock show to help heal a shattered city. "Innocence + Experience - Live in Paris" isn't a radical reinvention of the U2 live event, keeping to the essentials of stage presence and widescreen sound, but there's a special level of power to the show, a searing emotionality that runs through the whole endeavor, with Bono, The Edge, Larry Mullen Jr., and Adam Clayton trying their best to bring joy and catharsis to the world through their exquisite song catalog and a brilliant visual display.
Interscope/Island have announced that they will release on Blu-ray U2: iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE Live In Paris. The release will be available for purchase on Friday, June 10.
The concert film captures the Irish band's groundbreaking tour as it returned to the French capital for two very special shows in December last year--one of which was The New York Times' Jon Pareles' #1 concert of 2015--despite the fact that he was not in attendance, marking quite possibly the first time a TV broadcast topped the Times' live shows of the year list.
In addition to uplifting guest spots from Eagles of Death Metal and Patti Smith, U2 - iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE - Live In Paris puts viewers inside the AccorHotels Arena with Bono, Adam Clayton, The Edge and Larry Mullen Jr.: the deluxe versions of the release also include a behind-the-scenes interview with live broadcast director Hamish Hamilton; exclusive tour visuals narrated by the band's lifelong friend Gavin Friday; music videos; additional live tracks filmed during the tour; and much more.
by Maria Puente, USA TODAY
Get ready for another behind-the-scenes look at what it's like being a world-class rock band on tour, when U2 gets the up-close-and-personal treatment from HBO in November.
Michael Lombardo, president of HBO programming, announced Thursday the network will air, on Nov. 7, a documentary about the band and the team of creative types who worked with them to conceptualize and create U2's current iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE world tour.
The following week, the network will air the band's Nov. 14 performance at Bercy Arena in Paris. Both the documentary and the concert will be available on HBO GO and HBO NOW simultaneous to the programs' world premieres on HBO, the network said.
The documentary will be produced and directed by Oscar-winning documentary filmmaker Davis Guggenheim (An Inconvenient Truth, Waiting for Superman). He's a sort of Boswell for U2, having made It Might Get Loud, featuring U2's The Edge, and From the Sky Down, the 2011 documentary chronicling the recording and release of U2's 1991 Achtung Baby.