It looks like U2's next album may really be just around the corner. Bono, the Edge, Adam Clayton, and Larry Mullen Jr. were all out and about in New York City this weekend. AtU2.com says their visit included a stop at Electric Lady Studios to check in with Danger Mouse. The producer was reportedly finishing his mixing work on the band's still-untitled follow-up to 2009's No Line on the Horizon.
Coldplay frontman Chris Martin was also spotted at the studio, although it's unclear whether he made any contributions to U2's disc or if he was just hanging out. But despite the recent flurry of activity, the Irish rockers' 13th studio effort still doesn't have a firm release date. They've only said that they hope the album will be out in the fall.
Meanwhile, U2 also spent part of their weekend on the Electric Lady rooftop - but not doing anything that will end up on their new album. Instead, they recorded an acoustic version of "Sunday Bloody Sunday" for an art project called Inside Out.
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