U2 believes that the process working with Brian Eno and Daniel Lanois this time is a little different than previous records.
Not releasing any album since 2004's "How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb", U2 only increases the anticipation for new album through reunion with long time producers Brian Eno and Daniel Lanois.
The band has been working on the new material in Fez, Morrocco but still has no solid direction yet. Written on the band's official website, Bono revealed, "We have no plans for the music yet. We're just going to make it until we can't not put it out!"
Eno and Lanois who have been significantly important in the band's previous hits are working with the band in a different way this time. "It's the first time we've worked with Brian and Dan in a purely songwriting capacity," Bono continued. "So it's very different, quite experimental and kind of liberating because of that."
Asking for fans' patience Bono promises to reveal part of their sessions in the coming months.