By Marissa G. Muller

Next time you see a street performer in NYC, it’s best not to overlook them. It could be Erykah Badu or, most recently, U2.

The band took to the subway last night to give an impromptu performance, promoting their newly rescheduled week residency on the Tonight Show following Bono’s recovery from his bicycle incident that forced the band to cancel their initial appearance at the last minute, Stereogum reports.

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Passersby were certainly happy to catch the band performing their 1988 single “Angel of Harlem.” They didn’t coordinate their location with the song title. Instead, U2 set up at Grand Central (boy, did they go deep into the system).

Though they did dress the part, wearing uncharacteristically bohemian clothes.

See more of U2’s busking on


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