Watch U2’s new video for “Invisible”

U2 have unveiled the video for their single 'Invisible' – scroll down to watch. The black-and-white promo was directed by Mark Romanek, the director behind videos such as Johnny Cash's "Hurt", and sees the band performing in front of a crow. U2 premiered the track, which was a charity single released as part of a new partnership between Bono's charity (RED) and Bank Of America, during last month's Super Bowl.

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U2 have unveiled the video for their single ‘Invisible’ – scroll down to watch.

The black-and-white promo was directed by Mark Romanek, the director behind videos such as Johnny Cash’s “Hurt”, and sees the band performing in front of a crow.

U2 premiered the track, which was a charity single released as part of a new partnership between Bono’s charity (RED) and Bank Of America, during last month’s Super Bowl.

The track was available for free via iTunes for 24 hours, and Bank Of America agreed to donate $1 (60p) for every download of the track to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria.





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