Back in 2014, Bono apologized after U2 gave away their album Songs of Innocence for free on iTunes. Nine years later, he’s again "apologizing" for the band maybe taking themselves too seriously.
He says on Apple Music, "I apologize for having the unreasonableness of youth as I enter my 60s. I apologize for being a singer who will get in your face whatever direction you’re looking. I apologize for not being shy or retiring and for loudly giving thanks for where I go to work. I apologize for stretching our band to its elastic limit.”
Bono also apologized for his desire to make “an unreasonable guitar record that rattles my cage and others,” and for “repeating over and over that rock ‘n’ roll is not dead, it’s just older and grumpier, and occasionally makes fireworks out of its mood changes...”
The veteran rocker also said, “But most of all, I apologize for apologizing.”
[Source: Classic Hits Today]