U2, the Bono band back in Dublin for a musical doc on Disney

In this musical documentary coming March 17 on Disney+, American TV presenter Dave Letterman and documentary filmmaker Morgan Neville accompany U2 to where it all began, in Dublin, for a discovery of local specialties and a unique concert with Bono and The Edge.

The documentary Bono & The Edge: a Short of Homecoming starring Dave Letterman will air March 17, St. Patrick's Day, on Disney+. A 'special' alongside the same-day release of U2's new album, Songs of Surrender, unveils new versions of 40 of the band's songs, including With or Without You, One, Beautiful Day, Sunday Bloody Sunday and Invisible, re-registered over the past two years.

3 old friends in Dublin

With great resources and an intimate but warm concert as a grand finale, this musical documentary by Morgan Neville is produced by Brian Grazer, Ron Howard and David Letterman himself, who is making his first visit to the capital on this occasion. Irish and takes the opportunity to comment on everything he discovers, tastes or drinks along the way, in the company of his old friends almost always.

The godfathers of rock

An opportunity too, according to Disney, to feel more deeply the deep friendship that has united Bono and The Edge for more than 45 years, back in their hometown for a portrait full of movement and music. Definitely, with the new album Memento Mori by Depeche Mode to be released on March 24, the godfathers of rock are in place. And that's good.