Days after subway goers on social media documented U2's surprise performance below Grand Central Station, the full segment aired on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon."
The clip, which aired on Friday, shows U2 and Fallon dressed in disguise, confusing some commuters, and intriguing others, with a soft "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For."
Watch the full clip to see the band ditch their disguises and transition into a high-energy performance of "Desire."
Also during the show, Bono poked fun at the bicycle accident that delayed the band's appearance on the show (U2 was slated to appear on the show in November, but those plans were put on hold after Bono was seriously injured in a cycling accident and had to endure hours of surgery).
In the sketch, shot outside of 30 Rock, Bono returns to a bike for the first time since his accident to the theme of "2001: A Space Odyssey," only to get into more cycling trouble.
Not to be outdone by Fallon, U2 shared an exclusive of their own on "Tonight," a sneak peak of their Innocence + Experience Tour, which launched May 14.