On Super Bowl Sunday, U2 shared “Invisible,” a track made available as a free download to help benefit (RED). The song raised more than $3 million for the organization to help fight against HIV/AIDS and appeared at No. 27 on the Billboard charts.
The flashy, black-and-white video was directed by Mark Romanek, and shot over the course of three days in a Santa Monica airport hangar. This is the first collaboration between the band and director, who has previously worked with Jay Z and Johnny Cash.
U2’s Danger Mouse-produced album has a rumored summer release, but you can see them perform at the Oscars on March 2 and The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon this Monday (Feb. 17). Watch the video for “Invisible” above.