Bono shares a new song enlivened by the dejection of coronavirus lockdown

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Bono has written a song propelled by a great many individuals stuck in isolation during the novel coronavirus flare-up.

The 59-year-old U2 frontman shared the track, “Let Your Love Be Known,” on the band’s official Instagram account Tuesday night, saying it was dedicated to everybody in a “tight spot” over the globe.

With Bono’s native Ireland canceling a host of St. Patrick’s Day celebrations because of the outbreak, the singer and social extremist offered a poignant take on the isolation and paid tribute to the healthcare workers helping those hit by the virus.

“For the Italians who inspired it… for the Irish… for ANYONE who this St. Patrick’s day is in a tight spot and still singing,” the video’s caption read. “For the doctors, nurses, carers on the front line, it’s you we’re singing to.”

As of Wednesday, the infection has killed almost 8,000 individuals around the world, with over 2,500 Italians losing their lives.

The piano melody includes the verses: “And I can’t reach but I can rain. You can’t touch but you can sing. Across rooftops.

“Sing down the phone,” he belts out. “Sing and promise me you won’t stop, sing you’re never alone.”

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