U2 is giving away new single on iTunes today, BofA is donating $1 to Red for every download until midnight
Yesterday's Super Bowl wasn't just about watching one team completely demolish another team; it was also about advertising. But in the middle of that sea of lite beer ads and cacophonous movie trailers was buried a chance to get some free music and maybe help the world in the process. U2 announced it would be giving away its new single, "Invisible," via iTunes until 11:59 PM EST on February 3. That's today, so get to downloading.
To sweeten the deal for people who don't like U2, Bank of America will be donating US$1 for every download to U2 singer Bono's Product (Red) campaign, which funds the fight against AIDS. You've got a little under nine hours left to download the track. Head over to iTunes and go help out the cause. Even if you're not a fan of the band, you can help make the world a little bit better of a place. You can watch the Super Bowl spot below.
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