New Album Of U2 Expected To Come Out Next Year While ‘Songs Of Experience’ May Be Available On iTunes
After their successful tour to promote their “Songs of Innocence + Experience Tour” album this year, U2 is said to come up with a new record next year.
Entertainment Weekly revealed that Bono has confirmed the band’s plans in releasing a back to back album once they’re done with the tour.
In fact, Bono revealed that they already have a few songs in the line up as he teased a track called, “Tightrope,” written by Edge.
“We’re well into it,” Bono of the new single in their upcoming album. “Edge just came up with a cracker the other day! It’s provisionally titled ‘Tightrope.'”
“It’s very epic. It’s very up. And, you know, that’s probably what the experience has taught us: to be fully in the moment and that fun is respected, and joy is not to be let go of.”
With no specific date yet, a new U2 album is said to be schedules sometime in 2016.