U2’s “Every Breaking Wave” is nominated for Best Music Video and Best Cinematography in a Music Video at the upcoming Camerimage awards.
The festival website describes the event as, “The greatest and most recognized festival dedicated to the art of cinematography and its creators—cinematographers.”
Cinematographer Steven Annis and Director Aoife McArdle will be recognized, should the video win. U2’s competitors for the awards include Pharrell Williams, Rhianna,
Videogame makers Harmonix and Mad Catz have announced U2’s “Cedarwood Road” and “I Will Follow” will be among the songs featured in the upcoming release of Rock Band 4, available for pre-order starting today. According to the game’s press release,
U2 fans, ever the creative and passionate bunch, come up with the coolest expressions of their fandom, don’t they? Andre Thyret and Melanie Dohle, along with illustrator Maxim Muravski, have just published a children’s book called CEDARWOOD: A FAIRYTALE OF iNNOCENCE. It’
The Global Citizen Festival 2015, aimed at taking action against major global issues, took place yesterday in New York’s Central Park. At the festival, the 17 Global Goals for Sustainable Development, as agreed upon by world leaders, were unveiled and the #62MillionGirls campaign was kicked off by First Lady Michelle Obama.
U2 brought the Innocence + Experience tour to Berlin Thursday night — the city where Achtung Baby was born 25 years ago — and the concert seemed like a celebration of that album and its ties to this city.
A handful of songs from that album were played in full, including the first performance of “Zoo Station” since November 2006. (Check out the U2gigs.com video below.) One other Achtung Baby song was snippeted, and of course “The Fly” is played during the intermission break.