Shot and directed by Vogue photographer, David Mushegain, the music video for U2's latest single - Love Is Bigger Than Anything In Its Way - features members of Dublin's LGBTQ community, and as Mushegain describes it himself, the friends and families of them.
In a post on U2.com, Mushegain explained that "the community also includes friends and family so really it’s inclusive of everyone. It’s about being young and expressing yourself, it’s about how we all have friends and relatives who dress or look or style themselves differently but, as the song says, love is bigger than anything in its way."
As you'll see in the video, there's more than a few Dublin landmarks and recognisable spots - includes Skerries train station, for some reason? Is that a landmark? Who knows. This isn't the first politically-charged video from their latest album Songs Of Experience, as a previous video from the album featured KKK imagery and Donald Trump.
Anyway, here's the video in question. The lads themselves are set to play Dublin's 3Arena on November 5th and 6th.