U2 has unveiled a bold new artistic initiative in the form of Films of Innocence: a visionary collection of 11 films by the world’s most vital urban visual artists, each inspired by one of the 11 tracks on U2’s Songs of Innocence album.
At 4pm GMT / 11am ET, the U2-pioneered 'Films of Innocence' project will celebrate the visceral power of urban art with 24-hour exclusive premieres across the following 11 platforms. Follow the links below to view them.
Complex – "Every Breaking Wave" by Robin Rhode
Dazed Digital – "Cedarwood Road" by Maser
Dezeen - "Iris (Hold Me Close)" by Chloe Early
Juxtapoz – "The Troubles" by Todd James
The Nerdist - "California (There Is No End To Love)" – D*Face
Nowness – "Raised by Wolves" by Vhils
NPR - "Song For Someone" by Mode 2
Paper Magazine - "This Is Where You Can Find Me Now" by DALeast
Pitchfork – "Volcano" by Ganzeer
Rolling Stone - "Sleep Like A Baby" by ROA
Stereogum - "The Miracle (Of Joey Ramone)" by Oliver Jeffers.