U2 record three new albums with RedOne

They have no plans on releasing any of the amazing tracks any time soon. U2 stepped into the recording studio with producer RedOne for three new albums in the future. 

Bono and the boys wanting to take their music in a new direction have been working with RedOne and Bono said, “It seems to have worked.“

“We have recorded a load of new tracks,” he said. “We’ve done some amazing work with RedOne. It’s shocking. I just played the tracks to Michael Stipe and he was like, “What? It doesn’t even sound like U2.

Bass player Adam Clayton also seemed enthusiastic about the new material, as he has been surprised that the new material is so fresh and not in line with the band’s 2009 album, No Line on The Horizon.

So the only question now, when can we expect to see the release of these new songs? They would want to get them out soon before someone drops them illegally.