U2’s Bono: ‘Songs Of Experience’ will be released 2016
U2 singer Bono has announced that the band’s new album, ‘Songs Of Experience’, will be released in 2016.
Their new album follows 2014’s ‘Songs of Innocence’, which was automatically downloaded onto iTunes users’ devices; a stunt which received widespread criticism. A week later Apple released a tool to allow iTunes users to remove the album from their devices.
Bono later apologized, admitting to a “drop of megalomania, touch of generosity, dash of self-promotion”. However, he later backtracked on his apology, telling Billboard that the album giveaway was “one of the proudest things for us ever.”
Today (September 18), Bono told The Irish Times, “We’re going to get [Songs Of Experience] out next year. Unusually for us, a lot of the songs are done already.”
U2 is currently in the middle of their world tour, called ‘Innocence + Experience’.
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