U2's Back to YouTube! Rockers to Re-Release Iconic Music Videos Weekly on Relaunched Channel

Olaf Heine


U2 will officially relaunch their YouTube channel tomorrow (Sept. 18) to release their most iconic music videos, plus never-before-seen footage, every week.

Their first drop on Friday ushers in the 20th-anniversary celebration of the Rock and Roll Hall of Famers' 10th album and seven-time Grammy-winning LP All That You Can't Leave Behind early. The Irish band is remastering the visual for "Stuck In A Moment You Can’t Get Out Of" in 4K as a premium music video tomorrow at 12 p.m. ET.

"U2 has worked with some incredible filmmakers and directors over the years and it’s always been a lot of fun. Like a lot of people, I’m partial to a tumble down a YouTube rabbit hole…I hope you enjoy," U2's lead guitarist The Edge said in a press release.

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In June 2019, YouTube Music and Universal Music Group announced a joint venture to restore the most iconic music videos of all time so current and future generations could relish in the timeless visuals with the highest video and audio quality possible. U2 joins Billy Idol, Janet Jackson, Lady GagaSmokey RobinsonTom Petty and more historic acts to have their legendary videos remastered for the video streaming platform.

"U2 has created some of the most legendary video content of all time throughout their career. We are stoked to be working with them on enhancing their video catalog so that U2 fans around the world can experience their art in the best possible quality, for generations to come," said Lyor Cohen, Global Head of Music at YouTube, in the release.

Stay tuned for the re-release of the "Stuck In A Moment You Can't Get Out Of" music video below.