U2 Frontman Bono Talks New Album


Story by Charles Ken

U2’s Bono says the band has been calling their in-the-works new album ’10 Reasons to Exit’

U2’s highly-anticipated follow-up to 2009’s “No Line on the Horizon” is in the works, and many speculate it will arrive in 2013. Now, U2 frontman Bono is opening up about the new album, and he recently dished on what is possibly the name for the new release.

Speaking with Irish journalist Amanda Brunker, Bono revealed that he and the gang of U2 have been busy laying down tracks in the studio for the upcoming release. When asked about the new album, Bono said, “Within the band, we’ve been calling it ‘10 Reasons to Exist,’ but I will tell you, we might have six of them.”

Bono says the guys won’t be happy to settle with this new album. They’re determined to make it something fans will enjoy for years to come, stating, “There’s no sense of entitlement with this band. They really want to make a record and until they do…they don’t care if it take 10 years; they don’t care if never happens again.” When asked about the sound of the new album, Bono replied, “We have some tunes that you can hear through very thick walls.”



Posted by Charles Ken | Alternative, Music, Rock News

Related Posts