The Edge has spoken about U2’s bond and their ongoing commitment to the band, saying it would be “very difficult to break up” the group.The Irish band formed in 1976 and are set to release ‘Songs Of Surrender’, a new album featuring reimagined takes on some of their most iconic work, this month.In a new interview, the guitarist spoke about rumours that U2 could be nearing the end of their time together.
Drummer Larry Mullen Jr will not join the band for their upcoming Las Vegas residency due to requiring surgery and will be replaced temporarily for the shows by Bram van den Berg.“No one is more disappointed than us that Larry won’t be joining us in Vegas,” The Edge told the Telegraph. “We made a commitment.
In the history of U2, you can count the shows we’ve missed on the fingers of one hand.I really don't know how much clearer Edge could be about his faith in the future of @U2.
But because some fans are still doubtful, I'm going to share quotes that didn't make the @Telegraph article, clarifying why Bono, Edge & Adam are playing Vegas without Larry (thread…) pic.twitter.com/00qPos57tN— Neil McCormick (@neil_mccormick) March 4, 2023“The people who are going to miss Larry the most, I think, will be Bono, Adam and myself.Read more on nme.com