Fans who picked up vinyl copies of U2's 'Songs of Innocence' on Record Store Day found an old Tool EP in its place. Find out what Tool think of the mishap.
First, U2 was sneaking Songs of Innocence into your iTunes account. Now, they're having the opposite problem.
To be honest, the headline for this story might be taken as a bit of a spoiler.
Today (Feb. 12), the Creators Project premieres Every Breaking Wave, a short film based on the U2 song of the same name.
Just when you thought everything that could be said about the free delivery of U2’s ‘Songs of Innocence’ had been said, Noel Gallagher has added his two cents.
U2’s Bono wrote a lengthy and forthright note on the band’s website, which he titled “A Little Book of a Big Year: Bono’s A to Z of 2014.”
Someone decided that re-enacting the bombings that shook Belfast, Ireland during "The Troubles" would make for a great music video for U2.
While chatting with Marky Ramone about his new memoir, 'Punk Rock Blitzkrieg: My Life as a Ramone,' we also talked to him about vinyl and U2.
Despite Bono being temporarily sidelined thanks to a recent cycling accident in New York, U2 are forging ahead with their media blitz to promote their latest LP.
The new promotional shot for U2's 2015 tour is ... um ... interesting.