Performance notes: This show features one of only two live appearances of any kind for Heartland, as Bono snippets a few lines over the intro of Where The Streets Have No Name. It reappeared as a snippet at the start of Streets three days later. In Bullet The Blue Sky, Bono sings "Outside it's America/Actually, it's a carpark". Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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what they said
"I am working now on the apology for the apology. There was this girl in Facebook and she was upset, and I didn't want to make a nice girl upset. There was this chance in U2's history to make our music accessible to so many people. We only a tiny fraction of people didn't like it."
- Bono on releasing Songs of Innocence, 2014
did you know
The lyrics of The Ground Beneath Your Feet were written by Salman Rushdie, and he is featured in the video, shown writing the song. Rushdie also provides an account of his relationship with the band and how the song came to be written in his book of essays, Step Across This Line.