WATCH: U2 perform Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For and new track The Little Things That Give You Away
The band appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live
U2 treated Jimmy Kimmel viewers to a special performance on Tuesday night's show.
The Dublin rockers played a special version of 80s hit I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For and debuted new song The Little Things That Give You Away.
They have been playing the new song for fans on The Joshua Tree 2017 tour.
Speaking about the Joshua Tree album cover, Bono revealed the image was taken by Dutch photographer Anton Corbin who refused to shoot them when they were laughing.
When Bono asked why, he said Corbin quipped, "Because I'm shooting the music, not you, dummy."
He also revealed that U2's manager Paul McGuinness added, "Be careful not to appear as the band too stupid to enjoy being at number one."
They also spoke about their love of America, with Bono quipping, "I feel like the annoying fan following America into the bathroom saying, 'You didn't play the Declaration of Independence."
Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking for comes around 2:30.
And here's the new song:
Bono also revealed that Bruce Springsteen gave them advice, "Don't do television."