U2 Wraps Up In New York City

Bono / The Edge / U2 / JKS Photography

Bono / The Edge / U2 / JKS Photography

U2 have been in New York this past week working on their upcoming
album at Electric Lady Studios, which was built opened in Greenwich
Village by Jimi Hendrix in 1968.

Band members have been spotted there
with producer Danger Mouse, reportedly mixing the disc. On Friday
afternoon, all four members were on the roof of the studio doing an
acoustic version of “Sunday Bloody Sunday” for a camera crew. Also
spotted at the studio was Coldplay frontman Chris Martin.



Bono U2 New York .jpg

On Friday night, Bono and The Edge played a private show at a party in New York’s SoHo neighborhood.

Chris Blackwell, the founder of Island Records and the man who signed
U2, has heard the new album and calls it “better than ever.”

From all reports everythingis pretty wrapped up now and quiet again in New York. Bono was spotted out dinning with Danger Mouse and again spotted walking around New York City on Sunday.

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