U2 are struggling to choose between four very different albums for their next release, singer Bono admits. And they're cognisant they have to be more straightforward with a new record after the relative failure of last year's offering.
Bono tells Rolling Stone "Is not very accessible no Line on the Horizon, lyrically or musically. We put out a really difficult record I have to admit that. If I was a teenager, it would be like a European movie. It's arthouse."
He explains: "Songs of Ascent, which is the meditative work that was meant to complement No Line on the Horizon. We've also got a rochalbum and a club sounding album. Then we have the Spider Man musical stuff."