Wednesday, March 4, 2009

No Horizon on the Line


I love U2's new album cover. According to the band, the photograph was taken by Japanese artist Hiroshi Sugimoto and represents “an image of the sea meeting the sky.” There’s also an equals sign, but it doesn’t actually obscure the horizon, thus No Line on the Horizon. It’s safe to assume we have an early front-runner for album cover of the year. This is the first time U2 haven’t appeared on their own album cover since 1993’s Zooropa. You can listen to the entire album on U2's website. Enjoy.

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