Rock band U2 has decided to postpone the release of its new album "Songs of Experience" because of the election elected President of the USA of Donald trump.
In an interview, guitarist David Evans, better known as "The Edge", said that the group has nearly completed their new album, when "elections took place, and suddenly the world changed." "We just have to give yourself time to think, as trump relates to what is happening in the world, "said a member of U2. "It's like the pendulum, there was a huge swing in the other direction."
The guitarist noted that the fifth debut album by the Irish rock group, "The Joshua Tree" was released during the Reagan-Thatcher era British and American politics, another political turbulent time. "We are pleased to take this moment to regroup and understand that the album still seems appropriate."
This is not the first case when a member of U2 speaks about the US presidential election. Lead singer Bono called trump potentially "the worst thing that ever happened to America" during an interview with Charlie rose.
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