U2’s Bono Writes New Song About the Coronavirus Crisis Inspired By the Italians

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U2's Bono Writes New Song About the Coronavirus Crisis Inspired By the Italians
U2's Bono Writes New Song About the Coronavirus Crisis Inspired By the Italians

U2’s singer Bono has now written his first song since 2017 and it’s a song about the coronavirus crisis. He drew inspiration from the Italians and their way of dealing with quarantine during the virus outbreak, The Guardian writes.

In a video on Instagram that the U2 singer posted on St Patrick’s day yesterday, he performed the song “Let your love be known” at a piano. He sings about wandering the Dublin deserted streets and a line says: “We can’t touch each other, but we can sing”.

He explains that the Italians, who during the quarantine sing to each other from their balconies, inspired the song and that it is a tribute to the many Irish people who this year are not allowed to celebrate their national day.

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“For everyone who, during St Patrick’s day, is in a shaky position but still sings. For the doctors, nurses and carers on the front line, it’s you we’re singing to,” he writes.

You can view the video below:



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