Coming tomorrow (March 25th) as part of U2‘s limited “Virtual Road” concert series on YouTube, the band will post its 1984 concert film, U2: Live At Red Rocks. Udiscovermusic.com reported that in addition to the previously run 2001 show, U2 Go Home: Live From Slane Castle, the series will go on to feature U2’s band’s 1997 concert at Mexico City’s Foro Sol Stadium, and wrap on April 10th with 2015’s broadcast of Innocence + Experience: Live In Paris.
Out now as a four-track digital download is U2 – The Virtual Road – U2 Go Home: Live From Slane Castle Ireland. The set, recorded on September 1st, 2001, includes “Beautiful Day,” “Stuck In A Moment You Can’t Get Out Of,” “All I Want Is You,” and “Where The Streets Have No Name.”
The Edge explained that ultimately with U2, the more things change, the more they stay the same: “That's the thing about a band, you get together at age 17, 18 — you all decide you wanna do the same thing, which is make music together, and then the years go by but you kinda still kind of maintain that same dynamic and it's, it's remarkable not so much what's changed over the years, but how little has changed over the years. Y'know, when we get into the studio, it still feels like we're making our first album. It's that same sort of intensity and combines with ambition and a little bit of desperation, as well. And you really just wanna give it your best, and nothing really much has changed over the years.”