Brand New 'Song For Someone' Video

Their new feature for "Song For Someone" will be online for only 24 hours. Video posted below.

At the point when U2 dropped their first music features, you needed to keep your eyes on the TV on the off chance that you needed to catch them. Unless you were particularly VCR-slanted, taking it in at whatever point MTV chose to reveal to it was your opportunity to catch Bono's legend in its transitory, 1980s greatness.

For their most recent feature, U2 is having a go at something kinda-sorta thusly, maybe a cutting edge identical. They've shared a feature for their Songs of Innocence track "Tune For Someone" that is spilling on Facebook as a 24-hour selective. Don’t let it go out…’ Illustrator and photographer Matt Mahurin directs this visual meditation on 'Song For Someone', from U2’s latest album Songs of Innocence.

Song For Someone (Directed by Matt Mahurin)

‘Don’t let it go out…’ Illustrator and photographer Matt Mahurin directs this visual meditation on 'Song For Someone', from U2’s latest album Songs of Innocence.

Posted by U2 on Thursday, August 27, 2015

U2 Tour Fans Opens U2 Italiano

Nick Walker / U2TOURFANS 2015

Nick Walker / U2TOURFANS 2015

New York City:  As we said we have been working around the clock to start building a truly global U2 news community. We have already vetted many reporters and we have been looking at thousands of videos and images and we are almost ready to introduce a brand new area dedicated to you. We have always been a global community. Providing U2 news to fans around the world. Now we are going to expand our coverage to include in country, in language news, reviews and updates.

We are pleased to introduce U2TOURFANS Global. Our newest project will have in country support around the world. Yes we will be reporting in your language. This is a great opportunity for us to expand our scope our vision and our interest in connecting all of us via our common interests. Its a work in progress and we will be making some changes as we move along.

For now please welcome our first writer to the team Sarah Castree will be writing on our "U2 Italiano" page.  We will post in English too.  We invite you to read Sarah's first entry and please share your comments. 

U2TOURFANS Second Leg Starts September 4th

Mark Peterson / U2TOURFANS 2015

U2 fans its almost time for the second tour leg to start. We have lots in store for this second round. 

Live show updates and most of all we are proud to introduce our in country in language support as we follow the tour real time.  Not going to the show? Don't worry we have you covered. We will have wall to wall U2 coverage with expanded daily news and updates as we get them.

Facts no rumor mill here. Straight U2 music news and details about the show, videos and of course our world famous photographer team.  So much more to come.

Be sure to be connected to the Official U2TOURFANS channels and we look forward to catching up with you shortly. Hey you want to be a part of the team ?  Let us know. 



U2 Enthusiastic Fans and U2 Haters

There are energetic U2 fans, and enthusiastic U2 haters, and next to no in the middle.

Maybe that is by goal. From their begin, the four individuals from U2 – Bono, the Edge, Adam Clayton and Larry Mullen, Jr. – have appeared to blossom with instigating response from their group of onlookers. Whether it's the band's blunt political position or their intermittent elaborate changes, U2 would prefer not to just acquire a superficial spot on your CD rack as a biggest hits accumulation or 30-year-old record. They prompt and rouse; they draw in and irritate.

That is just fine, yet shouldn't something be said about the music? Beginning in the fading days of the '70s as punk spewed itself into new wave, U2 started as a sincere four-piece manufactured around the Edge's unmistakable guitar sound. As they built up their capacities all through the '80s, they launch into the stratosphere of populist enclosure rock before 1988′s Rattle and Hum achieved an inescapable basic kickback.

With 1991′s Achtung Baby, they turned out to be just about another band, with music assembled around their center sound however fusing additional layers of mechanical, option, move and pop.

The beginning of the new thousand years presented to All That You Can't Leave Behind, a gigantic hit that discovered a center ground between their numerous ways to deal with the studio, and 2014′s Songs of Innocence took the band back to their roots with tunes about their most punctual days – even as their driving edge conveyance system roused a crisp round of adoration them-or-scorn them clamor.

You presumably either adore U2 or can't stand them. Whatever your emotions, our rundown of U2′s collections positioned most exceedingly awful to first will either reaffirm your dislike or help remind you why you worship the band in any case. Post your comments to our Facebook page