We could see a new Danger Mouse-produced U2 record before the end of the year according to bassist Adam Clayton. Adam recently sat down for an interview with the Irish music publication, 'Hot Press' where he revealed some of the band's recording plans for 2013:
We very much want to have a record out by the end of the year, September, October, November; that kind of time. We're working with Danger Mouse who's a smart guy. He's on it; he's excited. It's a great team and feels very liberating at the moment -- anything goes. We have an abundance of riches, we could make three or four different records and justify that to ourselves, but to make the best record you can, you have to steer away from the ones you can make easily. We're really trying to get into territory that we're not comfortable in. If that makes sense...
If Danger Mouse's most recent work with Rome, Broken Bells, The Black Keys or Norah Jones is any indication, we should be in for a far more sonically experimental release than 2009's 'No Line on the Horizon' provided.