Songs of Experience is the 14th studio album by Irish rock band U2. Released on 1 December 2017, it was produced by Jacknife Lee and Ryan Tedder with Steve Lillywhite, Andy Barlow, Jolyon Thomas, Brent Kutzle, Paul Epworth, Danger Mouse, and Declan Gaffney. The album is intended to be a companion piece to U2's previous record, Songs of Innocence (2014).
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Album · 2017 · 17 Songs. Affected by politics and mortality, U2 set up their own rock ‘n’ roll sanctuary city on Songs of Experience. Kendrick Lamar’s fiery rhymes bridge the motivational Get Out of Your Own Way and the stomper American Soul. Red Flag Day invokes refugees’ plight to the sound of the band's early days-Edge’s slashing riffs, Adam Clayton’s counter bass, Larry Mullen J. s steady kit fitness, and Bono’s big-sky vocals.
Songs of Experience is the fourteenth studio album by Irish rock band U2. Songs of Experience is the fourteenth studio album by Irish rock band U2.
And on Songs of Experience, U2’s 14th studio album, the anxiety is more apparent than ever. Bono, it seems, has been spending a lot of time around a lot of strangers’ car stereos, and what he’s concluded U2 lacks he’s undertaken resolutely to embrace. Behold the album’s many hallmarks of the modern: There are contributions by Kendrick Lamar ( American Soul ) and Haim ( Lights of Home ), and there are flourishes that conspicuously recall the xx ( Red Flag Day ) and Arcade Fire ( Get Out of Your Own Way ). But it’s precisely this manifest ambition that makes Songs of Experience dispiriting. The music itself isn’t any better merely because this time around the band actually cares; all the industrious fervor amounts to meager flailing. It’s one thing to fail when you’re phoning it in: You leave hope that you could pull it off if only you tried.
Songs Of Experience is the fourteenth studio album by Irish rock band U2, which is released on December 1, 2017, via Island Records. It is intended to be a companion release to 2014’s Songs of Innocence. These two studio album titles were also inspired by a collection of poems by the 18th-century English mystic and poet, William Blake. The album was first mentioned in a letter from Bono to fans in the release of Songs of Innocence. f you like Songs of Innocence, stay with us for Songs of Experience. It should be ready soon enoug. lthough I know I’ve said that before
U2’s fourteenth album, 'Songs of Experience' won’t mysteriously appear on your iPhone, which is probably for the best. It’s just as anodyne as their previous iPhone clogger. Otherwise . xperience’ resembles a pastiche of other bands’ tame U2 pastiches. When by-rote big ballads ‘The Little Things That Give You Away’ and ‘Landlady’ autopilot along, the untutored ear might think they’re ripping off Coldplay’s ‘Up&Up’ or The Killers’ ‘Miss Atomic Bomb’