Watch U2’s New ‘Invisible’ Music Video

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(Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

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By Staff

After teaming up with Bank of America to debut new song “Invisible” as a free charitable download with a high-profile spot during Super Bowl XLVIII, Irish rockers U2 have released the song’s official music video today (Feb 11).

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While the band’s charismatic frontman, Bono, has claimed that “Invisible” is not the first single from U2’s upcoming 13th studio album (tentatively scheduled for a summer release), the song has received all of the trappings of a single, like this splashy black and white performance video.

Watch the clip below, directed by Mark Romanek.

“We have another song we’re excited about to kick off the album,” Bono explained recently. “(“Invisible”) is just sort of a sneak preview — to remind people we exist,” adding that “it’s the first one we finished” and that the group will continue working on the full-length “for a couple of months.”


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