U2 VISIT THIRD MAN RECORDS' NASHVILLE HEADQUARTERS TO RECORD LIVE PERFORMANCES OF "LOVE IS BIGGER THAN ANYTHING IN ITS WAY" AND "RED FLAG DAY"
FIRST TIME DIRECT-TO-ACETATE EQUIPMENT WAS USED IN STOREFRONT INSTEAD OF BLUE ROOM
After their appearance at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena this past Saturday, U2 stopped by Third Man Records' Nashville headquarters to record live versions of "Love Is Bigger Than Anything In Its Way" and "Red Flag Day" from their 2017 album Songs of Experience. The recording, which was streamed live on Facebook, was made in the main storefront space, using the direct-to-acetate equipment usually reserved for Blue Room performances for the first time outside of that room.
"It's really great being in Nashville," Bono said just after recording. "People are really good to us. And then [Third Man Records] is such a temple, you know? To music."
Watch the live stream below...