U2 recently gave an interview with TIME, during which Bono discussed the band's collaboration with Apple and a future project that is "so irresistibly exciting to music fans that it will tempt them again into buying music—whole albums as well as individual tracks."

According to Bono, this new project concerns "an audiovisual interactive format for music that can’t be pirated and will bring back album artwork in the most powerful way, where you can play with the lyrics and get behind the songs when you’re sitting on the subway with your iPad or on these big flat screens. You can see photography like you’ve never seen it before."

He also added the format is "about 18 months away."

Watch the band discuss the release of Songs of Innocence below.