U2 Teams Up With Bank Of America For Super Bowl Commercial, AIDS Fundraising (VIDEO)

02/02/2014 09:15 pm ET | Updated Feb 03, 2014

U2 and Bank of America teamed up for a good cause this Super Bowl to raise funds and awareness to fight AIDS.

The rock group promoted its partnership with Bank of America and the AIDS nonprofit (RED) by singing new single "Invisible." The flashy music video, filmed in black and white, featured thousands of flashlight-waving fans and a crowd surfing Bono.

For the first 24 hours after the video was unveiled, "Invisible" will be available for free on iTunes, and Bank of America will donate $1 to nonprofit (Red) for each download, (up to $2 million.)

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As the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks battle for the right to lift the Lombardi Trophy, Super Bowl advertisers compete for another prize: your attention. Each time that FOX cuts away from Super Bowl XLVIII to pay the bills, another group of blockbuster commercials and movie trailers was unveiled (although many had been teased or released in advance). Take a look around your Super Bowl party. Are people paying closer attention during the game or the commercial breaks?

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