Eagles of Death Metal Performed in Paris With U2 for the First Time Since the Attacks


While taping an HBO special they postponed last month, U2 invited special guests Eagles of Death Metal to perform with them in Paris on Monday night. It's the first time EODM have performed since the November 13 terrorist attack at Le Bataclan. "They were robbed of their stage three weeks ago, so we'd like to offer them ours tonight," Bono noted while introducing them to play a cover of Patti Smith's "People Have the Power" — she also joined U2 for the song on Sunday night — with the rest of U2. True to his word, U2 then handed over the stage to EODM to perform their song "I Love You All the Time," which they've been urging other artists to cover to raise money for the victims of the Paris attacks. Bono has also written a song called "S.O.S. (The Streets of Surrender)" for Paris that's yet to be released. U2's concert in Paris will air on HBO tonight at 9 p.m. EST, but you can watch some fan-filmed footage of EODM's performance above.