- 19 May 08
U2 soundman Joe O’Herlihy has revealed that following a stint in Dublin’s Windmill Lane Studios, the band are set to do some warm weather recording overseas.
“I’m heading out to France to begin working with them on it,” Joe tells hotpress.com. “They decided they needed a few rays while they were working on the new songs. But things are in full swing working towards a new album. We’re hoping to have something in the can come September/October. We’ll know in the next couple of months how things shape up but that’s what they’re aiming for. All things being equal they will more than likely tour in 2009. They love it. It’s their life and it’s what they do.”
Joe has more to say about U2, The Undertones and his beloved Cork in the next issue of Hot Press, out on Thursday.