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Bono and U2. image by Ros O'Gorman

Bono and U2. image by Ros O'Gorman

Watch What Happens When U2 Disguised As Buskers Perform On A New York Subway

by Paul Cashmere on May 10, 2015

in News

U2 disguised themselves as buskers on Monday and performed in a New York subway for a sketch for Jimmy Fallon this week.

Fallon took the crew and U2 to the 42nd Street subway below Grand Central. As Bono’s vocals for the U2 classic ‘I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For’ started, disinterested commuters walked past, most oblivious to the fact that one of their biggest acts on the planet was performing one of their biggest songs before their eyes and ears.

It wasn’t until Jimmy Fallon revealed himself and the band took of their disguise that the audience understood what was happening.

U2 then launched into ‘Desire’. Watch what happened here:

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