So I’ve been pondering a lot on the fact that Bono has called Songs of Innocence a personal album. Here he is in Rolling Stone
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To be opaque is to be beguiling, provocative. You need to be hooked, of course. But once I’m hooked, I never want everything on a
I guess being a U2 devotee is a bit like supporting a top-flight football team. You can’t wait for their next match, and yet there’s
Dan at Redeeming Sound asked me to write something for his blog. So naturally, I decided to write on U2… They’ve had a new album
Just back from doing the All Souls week away in Bath – my first major thing for work since I was off from 1st Jan.
It is not uncommon for Bono deliberately to blur distinctions in his lyrics and, especially, in his performances. A classic example comes in the song,
Travelling somewhere always gives time for catching up on one of my favourite pastimes, New Yorker reading. A month ago there was a fascinating article about
Having been asked to write a list of questions for reading novels (I ended up with a not very succinct 20), Lars Dahle asked me
Sacred Treasure I only heard about this talk this week but listened to it immediately – Tim Keller on The Significance of JRR Tolkien –