U2 Reportedly Releasing New Album “Before the End of the Year”


Irish rock legends U2 have been working on this new album for a while, and a couple lucky beach-goers have even overheard Bono spinning some of the tracks at his getaway home. Now, according to The Sun, “the new album will drop before the end of the year, most likely in November,” and the band will probably play in London as a part of this year’s iTunes Festival.

The record is U2’s first album since 2009’s No Line on the Horizon and their 13th in total. They’re “very confident” ahead of their long-awaited comeback, and rightfully so considering they have been recording with Danger Mouse. Another source said the album has been “a real struggle for them to make” and that it’s taken “a long time” but that they’re convinced “the wait has been worth it.”

Until then, we can always listen to their Golden Globe-winning hit “Ordinary Love” from the Nelson Mandela biopic Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom.

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