Flashback: Now and then - see what U2 were doing this time 23 years ago
Print t-shirts, ill-fitting blazers and faded jeans - yes, it was the nineties.
And although some things change, some things don't change at all. Bono's still wearing the shades, The Edge still has his trademark headpiece and Larry Mullen is still rocking that moody look.
This blast-from-the-past snap shows U2 in 1993 - six years after their 1987 album 'The Joshua Tree' brought them to a whole new level of fame worldwide. They had come a long way from that first performance of 'Stories for Boys'.
The photograph shows (from left to right), The Edge, Adam Clayton, Bono and Larry Mullen.
The rock band were pictured at Dublin Airport on May 6 before they departed again for their Zoo TV Tour.
U2's worldwide concert tour took place in 1992 and 1993, just after the release of their first album, 'Achtung Baby'.
It began in Lakeland, Florida and wrapped up 22 months later in Tokyo, Japan. Critics still regard Zoo TV as one of rock's most memorable tours.
Twenty-three years later, Bono and The Edge are still reeling in the gongs. Last month, they won the Innovator Award at the iHeartRadio Music Awards in California.