Wednesday 22nd July, 2009: A video for U2’s I’ll Go Crazy If I Don’t Go Crazy Tonight will be exclusively premiered on VidZone® in the UK ahead of the single release on August 17th on Mercury Records.
Created by award winning animation filmmaker David O’Reilly, the video tells parallel stories of one night in the lives of multiple characters. "All of the characters are tipped over the edge, and this leads to them making changes in their lives", said Ireland's David O’Reilly, the director who won the Golden Bear at this years Berlinale for his short film Please Say Something.
I’ll Go Crazy If I Don’t Go Crazy Tonight is the first animated clip for the band since 1995’s Hold Me, Kill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me.
Launched in June of this year, VidZone® is a free service exclusive to PLAYSTATION 3 that gives you the freedom to view thousands of music videos on demand by streaming them directly to your PS3 and onto your TV screen - complete with Surround Sound.
VidZone® is completely free to download from the PlayStation® Store and extremely easy to use. It allows PS3 owners to take complete control of their music videos, allowing them to watch single videos or create their own library of streaming music and make custom playlists for every occasion. With major music labels on board as well as thousands of independents, Vidzone® already has over 12,000 videos available.
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