- 18 Jul 17
Bono talked to Peter Murphy on stalkers, women, Lypton Village, love and the release of his film Million Dollar Hotel
If it’s Paris it must be Spring.
Bono’s been out roaming the city of light with Miles’ 1957 opus L’Ascenseur Pour L’Echafaud on the headphones, feeling like… well, a million dollars suggests itself as an appropriate image, but although the singer’s approaching 40 this May, he’s not that green and crinkly just yet.
Still, since the PopMart tour ground to a halt roughly this time two years ago, Bono’s experienced some pretty out-there stuff, even by his standards. For a start, he fathered a third child, Elijah, lost a laptop containing lyrics for the new U2 album (a replay of when his notebooks were stolen before the October sessions), had a telephoto lens poked up his arse courtesy of the Irish tabloids and received the MTV Free Your Mind award last November.