U2's Bono Gives Us the New Song "Let Your Love Be Known"

This "little postcard from Dublin" is "for the doctors, nurses, carers on the frontline"
U2's Bono Gives Us the New Song "Let Your Love Be Known"
It's Saint Patrick's Day, but we're also in the midst of dealing with a global pandemic. Here to put the two together is now U2 leader Bono, who has shared a new song called "Let Your Love Be Known."

Taking to the Irish band's official Instagram, Bono offered up the piano ballad as "a little postcard from Dublin."

"For the Italians who inspired it," he wrote, "for the Irish… for ANYONE who this St. Patrick's day is in a tight spot and still singing. For the doctors, nurses, carers on the frontline, it's you we're singing to."

Before breaking into the song, he explains the track this little postcard from Dublin is actually called "Let Your Love Be Known" — something Bono is obviously trying to do here.

Watch the clip for yourself below.

U2 last gave us "Ahimsa," their 2019 collaboration with A.R. Rahman and his two daughters. The band's last studio album remains 2017's Songs of Experience.