U2 Win Golden Globe For Mandela Song “Ordinary Love”

U2 Win Golden Globe For Mandela Song “Ordinary Love”

U2 band members Bono and The Edge took the stage tonight in Beverly Hills, for the 2014 Golden Globe Awards. The two Irish rockers snatched up the award for Best Original Song For A Motion Picture, for their song “Ordinary Love” from the film, Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom. Both used the time to praise the recently passed leader, of whom Bono stated, “This man who refused to hate… and believed love could do a better job”.

The band have been creating a buzz lately on the internet after being spotted in Santa Monica for a video shoot. Sunday night they took to their official website to bring some clarification and announce an upcoming new single, “Invisible”:

There’s been some online buzz this week about what the band have been up to in LA. Here’s the scoop. It’s all about a new song called ‘Invisible’, a track the band will be releasing as part of an initiative with (RED), to support the fight against AIDS. Everybody’s really excited about the song and the band have been shooting the video in LA. That’s all we can say for now… we’ll keep you posted!

The (RED) website also added to the notice via their site posting:

We’re excited! It’s just been announced on U2.com that U2 is working on a new song for (RED) called ‘Invisible’. Once again, the generosity of the band to (RED) is mind–blowing. On the last U2 tour, U2 contributed their proceeds from the sale of tickets in the (RED)ZONE to the fight against AIDS. That was over $11 million. And now, they’re continuing to help the fight for an AIDS FREE GENERATION…Thank you Bono, Edge, Larry and Adam!

Congratulations to the band. Watch the official lyric video for the Golden Globe song, “Ordinary Love” below.

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