After originally premiering a sixty second clip of their song "Invisible" during the Super Bowl, U2 has now unveiled the full video. Directed by Mark Romanek, the black and white clip was shot over a three day period in January at an airport hangar in Santa Monica, Calif. U2 launched a partnership with (RED) and
U2’s latest single “Invisible” likely perked up the ears of many fans when it was teased during the first quarter of Super Bowl XLVIII. But the fact that the legendary band was offering it as a free download via iTunes for 36 hours in order to raise money for the Global Fund to Fight AIDS – through a partnership with (RED) and Bank of America – caused a massive worldwide reaction. Bank of America originally pledged to donate $1 for each download up to two million, but the success of the campaign prompted them to exceed that mark, as U2 announced Tuesday that the effort raised more than $3 million for the cause. Now, all proceeds from “Invisible,” which costs $1.29, will go to the Global Fund, as well. Watch a 60-second promo for “Invisible” after the jump and click here to download the song.
Eleven of the cherry and black Gretsch Electromatic G5103 CVT III guitars that were used in OK Go’s viral "Needing/Getting" music video are now available for purchase. In the video, which first aired during Super Bowl XLVI and currently has over 18,000,000 views on YouTube, the band played their song by driving a van through
OK Go can play instruments with their hands, but they decided to use a Chevy Sonic to reform that task in their latest video for "Needing/Getting." Appearing in a commercial airing during the Super Bowl, the Sonic was specially modified with retractable arms to hit or strum 288 instruments along a desert road course. There were