U2 giving away their album for free via iTunes isn’t the only surprise project the band has in store for fans. It’s not even the only surprise project they have in the works with Apple.
Earlier today Bono spoke with Marty Lennartz from Dublin about a host of topics ranging from U2’s latest release Songs Of Innocence, how their relationship with Apple came to be, and more. Before digging into specifics about his music, Bono praised XRT and the partnership the station has with the band exclaiming “it’s a relationship that we treasure and one of the few stations that was with us from the very beginning.”
Bono Opens Up About ‘Songs Of Innocence’ New U2 Album And The Apple Connection With XRT’s Marty Lennartz
U2 fans got a pleasant surprise on Tuesday when the band unexpectedly released a new album for free on iTunes.
Just to be clear, Bono knows how invasive it was to drop his surprise album in your iCloud — but that was the point. In an interview this morning, the U2 frontman opened up about the band’s release method.
The always outspoken Osbourne matriarch is not impressed by U2’s move, in case you were wondering.
You have probably heard the big news of U2 releasing their new album on iTunes for absolutely no cost.
Even though the album is free on iTunes, many users found U2’s surprise release difficult to access. Here’s how to get it (and get rid of it).
U2 are experiencing the pains of being ahead of the curve.
Apple’s big day was complemented by a big release from one of the biggest bands in the world.
The band has let it be known that they’re not springing their 13th album as part of the upcoming Apple campaign for the next iPhone.