In a recent interview with the Spanish newspaper El Pais, photographer Anton Corbijn said he was working again with U2 and that the band’s next album will be released in September 2016.
Corbijn said that due to his commitments to cinema, he had to advance the photos of Bono and his bandmates for the album.
In September, Anton shared a
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Two months ago, my wife, my son and I welcomed identical twin girls into our family. Needless to say, the past eight weeks have been a whirlwind. Balancing the normal ins and outs of a new school year with figuring out how to care for a toddler and
U2 wrapped up its two-night stay in Belfast on Thursday with a snippet-filled show at the SSE Arena. If you didn’t follow along on Twitter or via the fans’ live audio/video streams, here’s the set list:
Belfast 2, November 19, 2015
Next up for U2? Four final shows of the year in their hometown of Dublin, starting Monday.
Filling the days and hours leading up to a U2 concert (if you’re not vying to be first in the GA line) can be maddeningly slow. If you’ll be in Dublin this month with time to spare and aren’t a pub crawler, consider these excursions close to but not in the city.
(For more Dublin-centric info, see our Dublin Visitor’s Guide and Guide to U2’s Dublin, a Google map of U2-related sites.
The newest edition of our weekly podcast is now available for your listening pleasure. This week, host Chris Enns is joined by staffer Sherry Lawrence and our special guest for the week, Mark Baker — aka, U2BROTHR — who talks about his experience last week winning the U2.com Paris contest,