U2 frontman Bono has said the band have just enjoyed their best studio sessions for thirty years as work begins on the follow-up to 2009′s ‘No Line On The Horizon‘ album.
In an interview with the long-running Irish TV programme The Late Late Show, Bono revealed that U2 have had ‘the best three weeks in the studio since 1979′, before adding that he and his bandmates are well aware of the need to produce ‘something very special’ with their thirteenth studio effort.
“I think they are very aware that U2 have to do something very special to have a reason to exist right now,” he said.
‘No Line On The Horizon’ sparked the mammoth 360 world tour, which began in June 2009 and later went on to be confirmed as the highest grossing concert tour of all time. It was finally wrapped up on July 30th 2011 at the Magnetic Hill Concert Site in Moncton, Canada after raking in well over $700,000,000 during its long run.Just Published: