The Cranberries have released their brand new track, ‘All Over Now’, on the first anniversary of Dolores O’Riordan’s death.
The band announced that they will release their final album, In The End, which will included eleven new songs, on April 26th.
The musicians started working on the album in May 2017 and by the end of the year Dolores and her bandmate, Noel Hogan, had written and demoed the eleven tracks.
Thanks to Jeremy Vine for the first play of ‘All Over Now’, which is now also available to stream online on the link below. Tune into @BBCTheOneShow at 7pm tonight to see a piece about Dolores and the band. https://t.co/U9eQzFza2y pic.twitter.com/b9Xdb7VdVD
— The Cranberries (@The_Cranberries) January 15, 2019
The Cranberries’ new hit was played for the first time on Irish radio on RTÉ 2FM this afternoon.
In a statement released by the band, Noel explained what it was like finishing the album without Dolores: “It was a bitter sweet time. The joy of recording new tracks is always exciting and one of the best parts of being in a band. At the end of every day when we’d laid down our parts there was a sense of sadness, knowing that Dolores wouldn’t be in that evening to work on that day’s track.”
You can listen to ‘All Over Now’ here.