London (BFT): U2 frontman Bono has told of his delight that millions of people have heard the group’s new album after it was given away - and joked that even the band have been known to delete their music. The group’s first new release for five years, Songs Of Innocence, was given away to 500 million iTunes customers last week in a deal with technology giant Apple. Although initial reports compared the project to Neil Young’s Pono, or to Apple’s early DRM-restricted FairPlay files, Billboard reports that this is a bit of a misunderstanding.