U2 continue to ramp up for the release of their long awaited new album Songs of Experience out December 1st. This week the band is in London rehearsing at Abbey Road studios for an upcoming world exclusive hour-long music entertainment show, U2 At The BBC, for BBC One in England, to be broadcast in December and presented by Cat Deeley of So You Think You Can Dance.
U2 will perform some of their biggest hits, alongside brand new tracks, as well as chatting about their lives to date.
In exclusive behind the scenes footage, the band allowed TV cameras special access backstage and gave Cat an AAA backstage tour as they prepared to perform at the Morumbi stadium in Sao Paulo, Brazil last month. The venue is where they ended their recent The Joshua Tree Tour 2017 which saw the band play to over 2.7 million people in just 51 shows across Europe and North and South America.
No word yet as to whether those of us in the United States will get to see the special, but thanks to social media we can get a glimpse of the preparations.