Let your love be known – U2’s Bono new song for doctors, nurses and carers on CoVid19 front line

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U2’s Bono has shared a new song called “Let Your Love Be Known”, dedicated to “the doctors, nurses, [and] carers on the front line,” and was inspired by the crisis in Italy. Italy’s healthcare system is overwhelmed by COVID-19, and in many hospitals, every time an ICU bed becomes available, doctors are forced to decide which sick patients to treat and which to let die.

In a video shared on Instagram, Bono introduced the song as a “little tune I made up about an hour ago.

I think it’s called “Let Your Love Be Known”.” The lyrics deal with quarantine, with people who “live so very far away from me/ Just across the square”, and references neighbors who can’t touch, so they sing — as demonstrated in a recent viral video. Check out “Let Your Love Be Known” below.

Via Instagram / Corriere Della Sera / Consequence of Sound 

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