We haven't had any new music from U2 since 2009's "No Line On The Horizon", but that appears to be changing as soon as the Super Bowl next month.

The song 'Invisible' will debut as part of an initiative with RED to support the fight against AIDS according to a U2 fan site.

In addition to the music, the video clip airing February 2 during the Super Bowl will also include the name of the new album and release date (rumored for spring, ahead of the band's planned tour.

U2 is coming off a big weekend which saw them perform a short three-song set at Sean Penn's third annual "Help Haiti" benefit. The band also won a Golden Globe Award for the song "Ordinary Love" from the movie "Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom".