People are still mad about the way Apple handled the delivery of U2’s surprise new album Songs Of Innoncence, which makes it ripe for parody. Conan did just that last night in the form of a commercial in Apple’s characteristically minimal style. An Apple exec sings the praises of the Irish band while two innocent people who had the U2 album forced on them give their own testimonies. “I deleted the new U2 album, but I still remember hearing it so it’s almost like I still have it. And I hate it. So I really want Apple to do something about it,” one of them says. They offer an interesting way to completely forget about the new album, if deleting it from iTunes wasn’t enough. Watch below.