Bono Joins Snow Patrol For Incredible Performance Of ‘One’

Bono joined Snow Patrol for a very special performance on Saturday.

The U2 frontman took the stage at the band’s Ward Park 3 gig in Bangor to belt out “One” alongside Gary Lightbody.

Bono sang at the show, which saw Courteney Cox in attendance, “No them, there is only us.”

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The performance, which went down a storm with fans, was thought to be a tribute to the relationship between Northern Ireland and the Republic.

Lightbody said, according to the BBC: “An awful lot of songs from the Republic of Ireland, but there was only one song that we could think of that said everything that needs to be said in these heady times.”

“Just one song. Just one.”

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The likes of Foy Vance, Two Door Cinema Club and Ash also took the stage at Saturday’s gig.

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