Larry Mullen has a positive outlook on U2’s future lately, thanks to an Oscar nomination and recognition from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
In the past, Larry has worried fans by making negative statements about the band splitting if their popularity ever drops. However, this week Larry said that he could see no end in sight for the band and he was counting the days to the band’s induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2004, reports the Sunday Mirror.
“I can’t believe we’ve been together so long. It’s shocking,” said Larry. “It’s not about what age you are. It’s not about how you look. It’s about how committed you are, how prepared you are to make great music.”
“There’s no doubt when the four of us get into a room, something happens… We never learned how to be musicians. We only learned how to work together. We don’t seem to be able to get bored playing with each other.”