U2 Reminds Us They Aren't 'Invisible'
    • MONDAY, FEBRUARY 03, 2014

    • Posted by: Matt Howard

    Mixed into the Super Bowl's discharge of over-priced advertisements was a sneak peak at U2's upcoming 13th studio album in Bank of America's time slot. The song previewed is called "Invisible", and it's free to download on iTunes until 11:59 PM tonight (Monday) in support of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, to which Bank of America will donate $1 per download (up to $2 million).

    Bono made it clear that "Invisible" is not the first single off their forthcoming record, but just "Sort of a sneak preview to remind people we exist," he told USA Today.

    He also stated that the album's release is being pushed from April into the summer.

    Watch the Bank of America ad featuring "Invisible" below, and download the full song for free here.

    UPDATE: The fundraiser has already reached the $2 million mark, however, Bank of America will continue donating one dollar per download. So even if you don't like U2, we're sure you can't disagree with a massive corporation putting there money into a good cause. Do it.

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