A new U2 song titled "Invisible" shouldn't have any problem being seen when it debuts next month.
The Irish rockers have announced plans to unveil the track with an ad during the Super Bowl on February 2nd.
"Invisible" will also be available as a free download on iTunes during the game and for 24 hours afterward. The limited-time offer is part of a new partnership between (RED) and Bank of America in the fight against AIDS. Bank of America has agreed to donate one dollar for each download of "Invisible" to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria.
Previous reports suggested that U2 would also be using a Super Bowl ad to officially announce their new album. The record is expected to hit stores in the spring, and will be the group's first release since 2009's No Line on the Horizon.
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