Bono: new U2 material is “shockingly different”
The former Mr Macphisto also discusses working with Danger Mouse on as yet untitled record
Bono has described the next, as yet untiled U2 album as being "shockingly different".
Speaking to The Irish Voice, the rock singer praised bassist Adam Clayton's work on the new album, saying "There's a bass line coming up that you literally cannot believe. It's just unbelievable".
He also had this to say on working with producer Danger Mouse; "We're working with this special soul, Brian Burton. He listens in a very different way. There are things that have always been in our music but maybe not being accentuated. It's really very, very different. It's shocking how different it is."
He added that the next U2 record might not even happen at all. “We can still spoil it, and you know, I could be wrong.
“And if so then people will not hear from us because there would be no reason for us to be around."