Just noticed 3 new shirts for sale on the band's website, all relating to classic tours. A Lovetown one, a show specific one for ZooTV at Giants Stadium, and one for the Cork Opera House on October 5, 1979. Out of curiosity, I went to U2gigs to look up that show, and they didn't seem to even know about it. (Or am I looking for the show listing in the wrong place?)
Imagine that, U2.com dropping some actual info that we fans didn't know about.
(Obviously U2gigs frequently point out that their earlier show listings are incomplete, but it's surprising to see something they can actually add.)
"Twilight is the grey area of adolescence, where the boy that 'was' confronts the man to 'be' in the shadows. It is also about the confusion, pain, and occasional exhilaration that results from that confrontation."
- Bono on the song 'Twilight'
did you know
The photograph made by Anton Corbijn for The Unforgettable Fire album cover was basically copped from somebody else's photograph (a picture of Moydrum Castle). It ended up in costing U2 some money.