"We met Bram through our pal Martin Garrix. We were just very taken by his playing, and the kind of person he is. He’s a real powerhouse, but he’s also just a great hang. He’s a sweet person to spend time with, which of course is crucial for us since U2 runs on those deep friendships and connections. That was the criteria. We’ve since done a little more work together to see how it might work. I think it’s going to be great."
- The Edge on Bram van den Berg
did you know
U2 only started to make money after the Joshua Tree in 1987, they were already more than 10 years playing as a band then.