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Bono continues to pour his energy into global causes, meeting with world leaders and working on behalf of his ONE Campaign, which fights extreme poverty. As always, he remains an optimist – and one of rock’s greatest talkers, full of wit and candor and poetry. Bono: The Rolling Stone Interview. You just finished the Joshua Tree tour.

Recently, Bono has been worried about how he will be remembered when he dies. The loss of David Bowie affected me profoundly, he says. The new U2 album is death-obsessed - but it’s a cracker. Bono, under fire for his tax affairs, responds to his critics and has candid things to say about his family, too. By Jonathan Dean. U2 in concert at TwickenhamDANNY NORTH. The Sunday Times, November 19 2017, 12:01am. Recently, Bono has been worried about how he will be remembered when he dies. And Leonard Cohen, who I didn’t know as well as David, but I knew Leonard. Both singers were given a vibrant sendoff, and the tributes were 99% positive. That won’t happen for Bono

On this off day, Bono participated in a phone interview for the UK fanzine The Real Thing.

In an interview with Charlie Rose in September, Bono affirmed a tour would take place in 2017 but was non-committal on a release date for the album. March 2017, U2 entered Electric Lady Studios in New York with their long-time producer Steve Lillywhite to re-record them as a group. Bono called Lillywhite the "best guy for recording us in the studio with the band playing live". The group were satisfied with the results, as they found a synthesis of their "raw band performances" with overdubs. from previous recorded versions. The Edge called it "the best of the band chemistry mixed in with the best of the 21st-century production technology.

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In an interview with Radio 1 DJ Zane Lowe, the U2 frontman explains their new album's working title, Insecurity, and says it's been influenced by the Ramones and Kraftwerk. After fans were given a glimpse into U2's new material with the unveiling of Invisible at this weekend's Super Bowl, Bono has spoken about the anxieties and inspiration behind their 13th studio album. In an interview with Radio 1 DJ Zane Lowe, the singer paid particular attention to the group's insecurities, admitting that the band questioned whether a new U2 would hold any relevance

At a certain point in a lengthy career, it must become damn near impossible for bands to make a new album. Sure, that’s what they set out to do, that’s the dream, that’s their job. But it has to be something of an uphill battle when you have a ton of history for it to be compared against. There’s the classic affliction, that of an artist simply being active for so long that they could run out of things to say. And then there are all the practical complications for bands with a significant legacy, bands that now operate as complicated, multi-faceted operations.