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The Cranberries return with sixth studio album, ‘Roses’; impossible to ignore, impossible to ignore.

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Newly reformed Irish indie-rockers, The Cranberries, have released their sixth studio album, ‘Roses’. ‘Tomorrow’ was the first single released from the record (November, 2011) and you can view the official music video below.  The 11-track album is now available to purchase worldwide. A deluxe edition also includes an additional live disc and expanded booklet. The Cranberries were the first indie rock band that I was introduced to as a teenager and subsequently grew to love. ‘Dreams’ and ‘Linger’ remain two of my all-time favourite Irish rock tracks.



Dolores O’Riordan’s vocals have matured over the years, without losing any of the trademark allure and delicacy. O’Riordan has said that the record is about relationships; romantic love and love in its other forms. Speaking about its first single ‘Tomorrow’, O’Riordan said:

…it’s about the way we sometimes hyper over-escalate things in our minds, overthink about things…when sometimes spontaneity and just jumping in is better. Tomorrow you might not have that moment back again.

Track listing: Conduct / Tomorrow / Fire & Soul / Raining In My Heart / Losing My Mind / Schizophrenic Playboys / Waiting In Walthamstow / Show Me / Astral Projections / So Good / Roses

shelleyhanveywriter 🙂


Written by shelleyhanveywriter

March 8, 2012 at 4:53 pm

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