U2 rocks Las Vegas with surprise performance of new song "Atomic City". U2 delighted fans with an impromptu pop-up concert on Fremont Street in Las Vegas, debuting their latest track, "Atomic City." The catchy title pays homage to the city's historical connection to nuclear testing during the 1950s. During the electrifying performance, lead singer Bono described "Atomic City" as a throwback to the energetic rock 'n' roll of the '70s, with influences from post-punk bands like Blondie and The Clash. The band captivated the crowd from every angle, as cameras captured their dynamic presence. Despite drummer Larry Mullen Jr.'s recovery from back surgery, he made a special appearance at the gig. Bono acknowledged Mullen's absence from the upcoming residency at MSG Sphere, applauding his determination to join them for the unforgettable moment in Las Vegas. This isn't the first time U2 has left its mark on the city. Years ago, they filmed the music video for "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For" on the same iconic Fremont Street. Despite limited resources and time constraints, the band made the most of Las Vegas' legendary lighting budget, creating a visually captivating video. U2's surprise performance and video shoot in Las Vegas prove that they continue to captivate audiences with their legendary rock legacy.
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