U2 bassist Adam Clayton says the band has started to lay the foundation for a new album.
He tells Rolling Stone, “We did some recording last year that got us some really great starting points and complete songs. There’s an album ready to go — to be completed — we’re just not ready to sure when we want to press that button…
“It’s very, very fresh. We’ve cut everything quite quickly. We’re coming to things in a shorthand way. The feedback we get from that is pretty good. We want to be quick, down and dirty with the next one.”
U2’s last album was 2017’s Songs of Experience.