U2 rumoured to be releasing video collection ‘Films Of Innocence’

The band will release videos for all 11 tracks of their recent album 'Songs Of Innocence'

U2 are rumoured to be releasing videos for all 11 tracks of their recent album ‘Songs Of Innocence’.

According to fan site ATU2, ‘Films Of Innocence’ will be released via iTunes on December 9, with a trailer clip now airing below.

A description of the release reads: “11 of the world’s most acclaimed urban artists unveil their work through a collection of art films, inspired by U2’s Songs of Innocence. Taking the political murals of Northern Ireland as a reference point, U2 pioneered the project to celebrate the unique democratic power of urban art.”


Watch the trailer below.

U2 and Apple ‘gifted’ 500 million iTunes users with their new album in September. Following complaints over the unconventional release, Apple released a tool to allow its customers to remove ‘Songs Of Innocence’ from their devices with just one click.

Last week saw Bono make headlines when the rear door of his private jet fell off midway though a flight from Dublin to Berlin.

As reported, the U2 frontman was on board his £50 million Learjet 60 D-CGEO with four friends heading to the Bambi International Music awards when the incident took place on November 12.


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