“Invisible“, unpublished piece of the famous irish band U2, will be presented during the next NFL Super Bowl in a spot directed by Mark Romanek. The song, produced by Danger Mouse and mixed by Tom Elmhirst, officially launches a partnership between (RED) foundation and Bank Of America in the fight against AIDS. Each time the song is downloaded, anywhere in the world, $ 1 will be donated to (RED) by Bank of America up to a total of $ 2 million.
The song will be available for free download on February 2nd for 24 hours only, so it is needed to be quick. The song (as said, it’s title is “Invisible”) has never been published by Bono and friends as it has been recorded specifically for (RED).
The song will be available exclusively on Apple’s digital store for one of the main sport event in the USA, the Super Bowl, which promise to be, as every year, highly spectacular. As it has been officially announced on U2 website, the band will present the song during the Super Bowl.
Grows in the meantime waiting for the Oscars 2014, where U2 are trying to win for the Best Original Song and the Best Original Score for “Ordinary Love”, a song from the soundtrack of the film devoted to the life of Nelson Mandela. “Mandela: Long Walk to freedom” is the title of the movie. If the irish band should win this prize it will be the second one won with this song after the recent Golden Globe Award.