The 54-year-old will be talking to Ryan Tubridy about life, U2 and the Walk in My Shoes campaign which aims to stamp out the stigma surrounding mental health issues. Adam swerves into U2 related details about the forthcoming U2 album:
We’ve been working to get it finished this summer, and hopefully have something out by the end of the year. That’s our plan. I think it’s our 13th record. We want to make the songs really count, and they’re getting better all the time.
Adam also comments on booze and missing the 1993 ZooTv Sydney concert.
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