Fresh off the Oscars, the band quietly pushes its fall tour -- on the eve of announcement -- and album into next year.

The media blitz U2 has enjoyed during the first two months of 2014 has been virtually unrivaled -- unless you're maybe Pharrell Williams and his Vivienne Westwood hat. Since mid-January, the band has performed at the Golden Globes, the premiere of "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" and the March 2 Academy Awards; appeared on the cover of The Hollywood Reporter; and starred in a Super Bowl commercial funded by Bank of America and (RED) that debuted the track "Invisible."

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