Adam Clayton spoke with Alison Curtis on Ireland's TodayFM yesterday ahead of presenting a Choice Music Prize Award in Dublin. Adam started the interview saying, "I'm really good. I'm a little spaced out just 'cuz I've come from recording with three other people and I just arrived in a room here with, I don't know, a 1,000 people so it's bit of a shock, but there's a good vibe here."
Adam went on to state that being in the studio is their natural habitat: "We're gonna finish off this second half of the album. We always said we'd do that. Now we're working on Songs Of Experience."
He explained how U2 has stayed together all these years: "Tolerance and humility. One is you learn that tolerating yourself and everyone else is really important. The other is humility in that you're never as great as you think you are ... It worked for us; hopefully it'll work for everyone else."
The full interview can be heard on the TodayFM site, starting around the 29-minute mark.