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Adam Clayton: ‘I felt empty despite selling millions of records with U2 and living privileged life’

Wednesday 7 May 2014, by Corinne/Dead pour U2 France

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U2 bassist tells of battle with depression as he launches Walk In My Shoes campaign to support mental health services

by NICOLA ANDERSON

ADAM Clayton today admitted how he used to feel ’emptiness’ despite living "what seemed like a privileged life".

He revealed how playing with U2 allowed him to forget about his depression - but when he spent ’a minute’ away from music he "wasn’t getting that fix."

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