The video was filmed at Santa Monica Airport
U2 has released the official video for their latest single, “Invisible.” The video, directed by Mark Romanek, was shot in black and white and filmed over three days in January at Barker Hanger at Santa Monica Airport.
A sixty second clip premiered on February 2nd during the Super Bowl, launching a partnership with (RED) and Bank of America in the fight against AIDS.
In 36 hours, the song, produced by Danger Mouse, raised more than $3 million on iTunes with all proceeds to continue to go to (RED) for the Global Relief Fund.
The band initially claimed the single would be available as a free download for only 36 hours starting with the Big Game and then be removed from iTunes until the release of their new album, slated for sometime this summer. However, after the success of the campaign, and an early release to Facebook fans, it was later announced that “Invisible” would continue to be available at $1.29 with all proceeds to benefit (RED).
Author: Buddy Iahn
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