U2's official magazine, Propaganda, for twenty years available to fan club members only, is going public.
A lavish new book, 'U2: the Best of Propaganda', features rare interviews, articles written by friends of the band, self-penned features, tour diaries and unseen photography by the likes of Anton Corbijn.
Newer fans of the band may not realise that U2 have published their own magazine for the best part of 20 years and, if its appearance was sporadic and unpredictable, it was always warmly received because it offered an intimate peek inside the world of U2 in the pre-internet era.
The new book, published next month, brings together the best moments from the history of Propaganda and is introduced with a foreword by Adam, Larry, Edge, Bono and manager Paul McGuinness. More news as we get it.
'U2: The Best of Propaganda' is published by Carlton Books in the UK on October 2nd.