While ‘Achtung Baby’ has been the centre piece of their residency at the MSG Sphere, U2 have also used treated their Vegas audiences to some tracks that they have not performed for decades.
This proved to be the case last Friday night (November 3), when the band performed the track ‘Seconds’, taken from their 1983 album ‘War’.
While performing tracks including ‘One’ and ‘Even Better Than The Real Thing’, U2 have also delved deep into their back catalogue, with tracks such as ‘Seconds’, as well as ‘Two Hearts Beat As One’, and ‘When Love Came To Town’.
You can check out live footage of U2 performing ‘Seconds’ from the MSG Sphere below.
U2 Extend Vegas Residency
Last month, U2 added extra dates to their residency at Last Vegas.
Having kicked off these shows on September 29 this year, U2 will also perform at the venue on January 26, 27, and 31 in 2024.
They will also perform at the $2.3 billion arena on February 2, 3, 7, 9, 10, 15, 17, and 18.
U2 have also hinted that new music is on the way.
“Well, I think new music, new tunes,” The Edge previously said. “There’s a lot that we have ready and some that need a little dusting off, but will be ready soon. I tell you, we’ve got some amazing new songs. Really exciting”.