Review: U2 Faces Down Mortality, Reconnects With the Power of Music

It is nearly business as usual. “Nothing to stop this being the best day ever,” Bono declares in “Love Is All We Have Left,” at the start of U2’s sequel to 2014’s Songs of Innocence. But the singer’s delivery is striking in its restraint: like cautious prayer or a fragile wish, suspended over the rippled-sea strum of the Edge’s guitar and Adam Clayton’s bass-guitar gravity. Bono quickly

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