U2 Unveil New Song, ‘Invisible,’ During Super Bowl XLVIII

New track is available for free download for 24 hours only, with benefits going to (RED).

U2 certainly aren’t strangers to the Super Bowl — their 2002 halftime performance remains one of the greatest of all time — so Sunday’s Big Game (and the record-breaking audience it will presumably attract) was the perfect place to launch their latest single, “Invisible.”

Of course, given just about everything involving the iconic Irish quartet, this was so much more than a mere premiere: As soon as it debuted, “Invisible” was made available for free through iTunes, with Bank of America donating $1 for each download to Bono’s (RED) charity, which fights AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis worldwide.

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