New U2 Album Coming Early 2014!

Posted on November 14, 2013

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Irish Superstars U2 are due to release a new album in April 2014, according to reports which also claim the album could be announced at the Super Bowl XLVIII in February. Madonna's manager Guy Oseary, who has been running U2's day-to-day affairs, is reaching out to potential sponsors on the band's behalf. The album announcement would be seen by tens of millions of TV viewers during the half-time of the annual NFL final on February 2. 

U2's last Album "No Line On The Horizon" was released in 2009 and debuted at No.1 in 30 Countries! Adam Clayton says the band are trying to get the songs "absolutely right" prior to Christmas. Earlier this year U2 were reportedly spotted entering a New York studio with Coldplay's Chris Martin, fuelling speculation that the singer may appear on the band's new album. All four members of the rock group were seen at the Electric Lady Studios in New York in May. The Album is being produced by Danger Mouse and the project is finally near completion. 

As for what the new music could sound like, in a recent interview, longtime producer Daniel Lanois commented on the new U2 songs. “It sounded amazing, very, very big and powerful-sounding,” he said. “Some of it was adventurous. There were shades of ‘Achtung Baby.’” U2 also recently revealed their first new song in three years: “Ordinary Love,” a soaring anthem that will appear on the soundtrack to the forthcoming film Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom. The song will also be released on 10-inch vinyl for Record Store Day's Black Friday Event.



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