When U2 release their new album, they will be returning to their "spiritual home" on Island Records, according to the Guardian. A source has confirmed that the band will head back to Island Records, which has undergone a change in management since their departure.
The insider added that the band were "going back to their spiritual home."
U2 left the label a little over seven years ago after label boss Jason Iley departed for Mercury Records, leaving the band unhappy with his successor.
Recent reports note that the band would release their new album in April with an announcement to be made at Super Bowl XLVIII in February. Representatives for the band are currently negotiating a deal with brands to announce the LP.
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