U2: 'We've Always Tried to Surprise Ourselves'

A short time after U2's big blowout performance on "Good Morning America" this morning, lead singer Bono and bassist Adam Clayton found themselves sitting in an echo-filled stairwell in Keating Hall on the Fordham University campus shooting the breeze about their latest album and what it's like to make music together for 30-odd years.

In a conversation with Kate Snow to be broadcast on "Good Morning America Weekend Edition" Saturday, they talked about what keeps them going, how life on the road is "one long argument," and they addressed some of the criticism of their new album, "No Line on the Horizon."

"We've always tried to surprise ourselves, and therefore our audience. Our audience expects to be pushed and pulled a bit," Bono said.

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After their surprise visit to Fordham, they revealed a secret about where in the world you might find the boys from Dublin next. They'll soon be recording the video for the new album's second single, "Magnificent."

Watch "Good Morning America Weekend Edition" Saturday to find out the exotic location for that next big shoot.

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