U2 News » Bono über das neue Album in "The Late Late Show"
Bono ist gestern etwas überraschend in der "50th Anniversary Show" der "Late Late Show" in Dublin aufgetreten. Dabei hat er sich unter anderen zum neuen Album geäußert, unsere Kollegen von @atu2 haben das mal zusammen gefasst. Das Ganze gibt es auch als Video zum Ansehen, Bonos Kommentare starten bei ca. 2:00 und die Kommentare zum Album um 2:03.
Bono auf die Frage, was die Band aktuell macht:
"Looking for the perfect pop song. Edge is in denial of his genius. I'm a little too sure of my own. Larry is suspicious of both and Adam sees merit in both. They're unbelievable. They really want it, though, I will say that. As a band there's no sense of entitlement. I think they're very aware that U2's gotta do something very special to have a reason to exist right now, so that's what we're doing. We're song writing -- you know the process. But it's -- they're amazing men. They really are extraordinary. They really, really want it."
"There won't be a U2 album unless there's something really special. You just gotta go to that place. You gotta dig a deep well and see what you can pull up. We've been through
many songs and there's some great stuff. I would say we had the best three weeks in the studio that we've had since, like, 1979. Three weeks is all it should take...."
Danke an @atu2 für das Transcript.
News geschrieben von Didi am 02.06.2012 um 12:29 Uhr