U2 bassist Adam Clayton says self-belief is what keeps U2 going
29 January 2017 19:31 0 messages
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The bass player was speaking in an interview with RTE programme The Works Presents.
BY MAEVE QUIGLEY
Adam Clayton has revealed believing in themselves is what has kept U2 at the top of their game for so long.
The U2 bassist was speaking to John Kelly for a special interview for The Works Presents which will be shown on RTE One on Tuesday at 11.10pm.
And ahead of their Croke Park date to mark 30 years of The Joshua Tree this summer, Adam says U2 are probably playing better than ever and are more musically adventurous.
He said: “The wonderful thing about a band like U2 is that there is such a breadth of knowledge about the process of music for us that we are probably playing better than we have ever played.”
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