U2 have shared a music video for their new love song "You're The Best Thing About Me," the first single from their upcoming album, Songs of Experience. Watch it above, courtesy of the band's YouTube channel.
The catchy tune is driven by Larry Mullen Jr.'s steady drumming and Adam Clayton's driving bass. The Edge provides echoey guitar riffs, and Bono's vocals sound as crisp as ever during the chorus, singing, "You're the best things about me / The best thing that ever happened a boy / You're the best thing about me / I'm the kind of trouble that you enjoy."
Directed by Jonas Åkerlund, the video shows the group wander around the streets of New York City, visiting such places as the Empire State Building, a dive bar, and a gift shop. They also take a ride on a tourist bus, a ferry, and drive around while checking out the sights of The Big Apple.
At this time, Songs of Experience does not have a release date.
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