Beck remixes U2’s ‘Lights Of Home’, while the band release new video for ‘Love Is Bigger Than Anything in Its Way’

Listen to the new remix and watch the new video below

It’s a busy day for U2, as the band release a new video for ‘Love Is Bigger Than Anything in Its Way’ while Beck has remixed ‘Lights Of Home.’

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Beck opened for U2 during their 30th anniversary tour of their classic 1987 album The Joshua Tree last year but he’s turned to the band’s latest record, Songs Of Experience, to remix album track ‘Lights of Home’.

The remix features a riff from Haim’s 2014 single “My Song 5” and also features Haim on backing vocals. It was originally released on Record Store Day, pressed to a 12-inch picture disc and featuring a photo of Bono’s son Eli and Edge’s daughter Sian. It’s limited to 5000 copies worldwide and also includes the album version of ‘Lights Of Home’ and an orchestral ‘St Peter’s String Version.’

You can listen to Beck’s remix below.

Meanwhile, U2 have released a new music video for Songs of Experience track ‘Love Is Bigger Than Anything in Its Way’.

Directed by fashion and music photographer David Mushegain, it features the young LGBTQ+ community in Dublin – some of which, Mushegain had previously photographed for a series of street style portraits.

You can watch the ‘Love Is Bigger Than Anything in Its Way’ video below.

Meanwhile, U2 start the UK leg of their ‘Experience + Innocence’ tour in October, and they’ve just released an accompanying app.

The ‘U2 Experience’ app will give fans an augmented reality experience, both at home and while at tour dates.

The app allows users to hold their phone up and point it at the 100 foot long LED wall that will form part of the band’s set, which will trigger a ‘specially curated audio visual experience emerging through your mobile device’.

Fans can also use the app at home by pointing their camera at U2’s latest album cover ‘Songs of Experience‘ to ‘get a taste of what’s coming up in the show’.

U2’s UK dates are below:

October 19 – Manchester, Manchester Arena
October 23 – London, The O2

They will play the following European dates:

August 31 – Berlin, Mercedes-Benz Arena
September 4 – Cologne, Lanxess Arena
September 8 – Paris, AccorHotels Arena
September 9 – Paris, AccorHotels Arena
September 16 – Lisbon, Altice Arena
September 20 – Madrid, WiZink Arena
September 29 – Copenhagen, Royal Arena
October 3 – Hamburg, Barclaycard Arena
October 7 – Amsterdam, Ziggo Dome
October 11 – Milan, Mediolanum Forum
October 12 – Milan, Mediolanum Forum