The Cranberries Release New Song from Final Album on Anniversary of Dolores O’Riordan’s Death
The Cranberries have released their first song since lead singer Dolores O’Riordan’s sudden death last year.
The band debuted “All Over Now (Edit)” on Tuesday, the one-year anniversary of her death, which was recorded before she died. This song is featured on what will be their last album, titled “In the End,” available on April 26.
Dolores died of an accidental drowning due to alcohol intoxication and was found submerged in her bathtub at London’s Park Lane Hilton hotel on January 15, 2018. At the time, her publicist released a statement revealing she was in London recording new music with The Cranberries.
Dolores’ three bandmates gave their first interview on Monday, opening up about life without their lead singer.
‘It doesn’t seem like a year at all, it just seems like a few weeks really,” guitarist Noel Hogan told ITV. “I found at night when you weren’t working it really, really would hit you. you get up then next day and brush yourself off and you do it.”
As The Blast reported, Dolores was laid to rest in her hometown in Ireland nearly one week after her death.
She is survived by her three children: 21-year-old son Taylor, 17-year-old daughter Molly and 13-year-old daughter Dakota.