This bank may be the worst thing to ever attach America to its name but don’t let that stop you from using them for the new U2 download and to help (red) fight aids.
U2 have made it clear that they will get into bed with the worst of beasts to work for the better good.
It’s Invisible, it’s a new U2 song and you can download it for free, this Sunday, 2/2/14, for 24 hours.
And every time the track is downloaded, anywhere in the world, Bank of America will donate $1 to (RED), to help in the fight against AIDS.
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‘Invisible’, to (RED) for a free download on iTunes next week – for 24 hours only.
The song, produced by Danger Mouse and mixed by Tom Elmhirst, launches a partnership with (RED) and Bank of America to fight AIDS.
Every time the track is downloaded, anywhere in the world, a $1 donation will be made to (RED) by Bank of America – up to a total of $2m. All the funds will go to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria.
On ‘Super Bowl Sunday’ a commercial during the Super Bowl will feature the band performing the track, from a forthcoming video directed by Mark Romanek.
Since Bono and Bobby Shriver founded (RED) in 2006, to engage business in the fight against AIDS, it’s generated more than $240 million for the Global Fund. (RED) and its partners – from Bank of America, to Starbucks, Apple and others – are working to end mother-to-child transmission of the deadly HIV virus by 2015, in line with the UN Millennium Development Goals.