Bono has admitted that he still isn't keen on U2's globally renowned name. Moreover, there are some songs of theirs that he cringes at listening to.
Bono was being interviewed on THR's Awards Chatter podcast when he made the comments.
The U2 front man currently loans his voice to 'Sing 2'.
The band's single "Your Song Saved My Life" features on the soundtrack and has been shortlisted for the best original song Academy Award.
Bono said on the pod: "I've been in the car when one of our songs has come on the radio and I've been the colour of, as we say in Dublin, scarlet. I'm just so embarrassed."
The singer also spoke of how he had only learnt to sing "recently" and that while his band are "incredible", his vocals are now "strained" and make him "cringe a little bit".
Bono also spoke of his dislike of his band's name.
It had been first suggested by Steve Averill of Dublin band The Radiators in the late 1970s.
Bono says: "I really don’t. But I was late into some kind of dyslexia.
"I didn’t realise that The Beatles was a bad pun either.
"In our head it was like the spy plane, U-boat, it was futuristic - as it turned out to imply this kind of acquiescence, no I don’t like that name.
"I still don’t really like the name."
Averill would go on to design many of the band's album covers.
Bono adds: "Paul McGuinness, our first manager, did say, 'Look, it's a great name, it’s going to look good on a T-shirt, a letter and a number’."
As for songs that don't make him "cringe", the musician noted that the band's single "Vertigo" from 2004 is "probably is the one I’m proudest of", because "It’s the way it connects with the crowd.".
So without further ado, here's U2's best song, according to Bono.
And here's the Oscar-shortlisted single "Your Song Saved My Life."