U2 frontman Bono has inadvertently given French fans a preview of their new album, which is reportedly called No Line On The Horizon.
Cheeky fans wandering near the Irish singer and activist’s home in Eze, in the south Of France, heard his distinctive voice booming out of the family’s villa and recorded clips of it on a mobile phone.
Song snippets of the previously unreleased tracks are on YouTube and fans now expect they will on the supergroup’s 12th studio record, out on November 15.
While the band are yet to confirm the mooted album moniker, their record company Universal, has registered the domain name nolineonthehorizon.com
British newspapers have reported song titles for the record include For Your Love, Love is All We Have Left, One Bird, Moment of Surrender, If I Could Live My Life Again and The Cedars of Lebanon.
Their first single is believed to be called Sexy Boots but it will more likely be the title track, for which their longtime visual collaborator, control director Anton Corbijn has shot a video.
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News Source: The Daily Telegraph