"Every Breaking Wave": U2 and a story set in Ireland in the 80s


U2 has released the official video of the single «Every Breaking Wave", Which shows the story of two Belfast skinheads who fell in love in Northern Ireland in the 80s. This is the group's second single from their latest album 'Songs of Innocence', which was released in 2014. The song was originally written to be included on the' No Line on the Horizon 'album.

Recall that U2 will do an extensive tour this year, which will be called Innocence + Experience Tour, which will take the Irish to 19 cities in Europe and the United States. The Innocence + Experience Tour is scheduled to begin on May 14 with a couple of concerts at the Rogers Arena in Vancouve.

Meanwhile, the tour will start in its European section in the city of Turin (Italy) on September 4 and will arrive in Spain in October, with two only concerts, on the 5th and 6th, at the Palau Sant Jordi in Barcelona. In this regard, guitarist The Edge stated in a recent interview that “I think we will start small on this tour. We certainly can't do something bigger than our last tour. " "We will try to have a completely different feeling from night one to night two and have fun playing with the idea of ​​innocence and experience," Bono said.

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