U2 is officially back with new music in 2014. After teasing a clip of their new song "Invisible" on February 2nd during the Super Bowl they have now released the full music video (watch above).
The video for "Invisible" was directed by Mark Romanek and shot in black and white in a Santa Monica airport hangar over three days in January.
U2 launched a partnership with (RED) and Bank of America in the fight against AIDS giving away "Invisible" for free for 24 hours from Super Bowl Sunday. In 36 hours downloads of #U2Invisible' raised more than $3m. All proceeds from 'Invisible' on iTunes continue to go to (RED) for the Global Fund.
U2 does not have a official release date for their new record, but it has been reported that Danger Mouse is producing the album. In January, the band received a Golden Globe Award for their song "Ordinary Love" from the Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom film.
U2 is considered by many to be the biggest rock band in the world, rivaling with the Rolling Stones. The Irish rock band formed in 1976 in Dublin and have sold millions of albums including eight No. 1 singles including "With or Without You," "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For," "Pride (In the Name of Love)," "Beautiful Day," and "Elevation".