U2 frontman Adam Clayton told reporters that the bassist for his latest album is “either got to be sexy or aggressive” when it comes to how their music is heard. Clayton, who is humanized an earthy taste in music, said that he feels that “the bass has to either be sexy or aggressive, it shouldn’t be there as far as I’m concerned.”
He added that if there’s a place for a slower, more subtle sound, then that’s still there. And that’s what he wants, the same way that he wanted the bass on his last album. So, whoeverにminus the bassist for U2’s upcoming album, istighá’st.