News featuring U2

The following news stories mention U2. Stories are compiled from a hand-picked selection of popular music news sites based in Great Britain, Europe and the United States. Updated less than 9 hours ago.

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Friday 31st October

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Saturday 25th October

  • Sleater-Kinney's Return, Record Store Day's Black Friday Exclusives and Chief Keef's Major Label Falling-Out in Our News Roundup

    Here we are once again to look back, gather up and make sense of the news week that was. If you feel something might have flown under your radar, here's your chance to catch back up.

    First off, it was straight-up huge week for new album announcements. Leading the pack, though, was none other than the long-absent Sleater-Kinney, who announced No Cities to Love. The album marks the trio's first since 2005's The Woods, meaning it's indeed been a decade since we last heard from Corin Tucker, Carrie Brownstein and Janet Weiss.

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’14 Oct 23 Thu

Thursday 23rd October

  • U2 Further Apologize for 'Songs of Innocence,' Shed Light on Upcoming Follow-Up and Seemingly Scrapped Danger Mouse LP

    Regardless of your feelings about U2's blighted promo campaign behind Songs of Innocence, the Irish outfit aren't going to be dissuaded by the negative press. A new interview has the band explaining their next step, a sister set titled Songs of Experience, but not before once again recognizing that their Apple rollout might have not been the smartest course of action. Following an apology from Bono earlier this month, the singer again addressed the issue in a new interview with Rolling Stone. "It's like we put a bottle of milk in people's fridge that they weren't...Read More

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  • U2 May Have Scrapped A Danger Mouse-Produced Album

    Early in the year, we saw reports that U2 were teaming up with producer Danger Mouse for a full album, one that was expected in April. They teamed up for the 2013 soundtrack song “Ordinary Love” and the free-giveaway single “Invisible.” And then the album never came out. When U2 did pull off their surprise [...]

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Wednesday 22nd October

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