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Point your mobile at the screen, and see a virtual Bono appear on your device.
But hold on, there’s the real Bono, why aren’t I looking at him?
It didn’t detract from the songs hymnal quality and you can sense that there is potential there for future marvels. The show really began with the second song, ‘The Blackout’. In contrast, ‘Lights Of Home’ stood out from the first listen – the band perform it on the main stage, Bono climbing up along an incline of lights, through the screen, to reach the other end, carried along by The Edge’s slide guitar.‘Staring At The Sun’, using nifty under-floor graphics on the b stage, is dedicated to political stubbornness: when the KKK are shown on the screen, hounding the streets of Charlottesville with sinister menace, the line ‘Happy to go blind’ takes on a different, more chilling meaning.