Following the latest single’s global premiere during the Super Bowl on February 2, 2014, rock legends U2 have decided to release a brand new music video for ‘Invisible’ – one of the songs from the ‘Beautiful Day’ musicians’ highly anticipated album – which has been directed by Mark Romanek.
The band’s latest video – shot entirely in black and white – features U2 performing ‘Invisible’ in front of an enthralled audience. Bono can be seen crooning the tune from a hang-down mic, while the other three members of the band are playing their instruments in front of a screen that features a number of video effects.
The ‘Ordinary Love’ musicians’ new video was shot in January 2014 in a Santa Monica airport hangar and represents the visual clip for U2’s collaboration with (RED), an organization that raises awareness and funds to help eliminate AIDS in Africa. The Irish rockers managed to collect more than $3 million with ‘Invisible’ following its release, as well as subsequent one-day free download on iTunes.
The new video is the first collaboration between the band and the director, though Romanek has worked with many music legends in the past, including Jay Z (’99 Problems’) and Johnny Cash (‘Hurt’). Here is the official music video for ‘Invisible’:
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