The Cranberries - Tomorrow (Official)





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Published on Jan 30, 2012

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The Cranberries will return with Roses, their first studio album in
over a decade via Cooking Vinyl on February 27th. The Cranberries:
Dolores O'Riordan, Noel Hogan, Mike Hogan, and Fergal Lawler, began
their career in their native Limerick, Ireland in 1989 and sold more
than thirty million albums worldwide in the nineteen nineties. Roses
was produced by the band's longtime friend and collaborator Stephen
Street (The Smiths, Blur) and harkens back to the freshness and
originality of the band's first two albums, 1993's Everybody Else Is
Doing It, So Why Can't We? and the 1994 follow up, No Need To Argue.
"Tomorrow" is the seize-the-day themed first single from Roses and is
a powerhouse anthem that immediately recalls classic Cranberries. The
Colin McIvor directed video for the single premieres today via VEVO
and was filmed in Dublin last month. Regarding "Tomorrow," Dolores
O'Riordan stated "The song was written really spontaneously. People
tend to overly ponder, it is the human condition and 'Tomorrow' is
about getting away from the consuming thought process."

In 2003, The Cranberries announced their break up, but they briefly
reunited for an acoustic performance when Dolores O'Riordan received
an honoree degree at Trinity College in 2009. "The minute we started
playing, it felt like we'd never stopped," Dolores recalls. "There's
something about playing with The Cranberries. It's like putting on a
perfect pair of shoes. It just fits." In 2010, they commenced a
reunion tour of 107 concerts that took the band all over Europe as
well as to North and South America and Asia, culminating in the band's
first ever shows in China in 2011.

Dolores stated, "Having recorded two albums with various different
musicians during our hiatus, I could clearly see that Noel and Mike
have a unique way of creating chords and Ferg keeps it together in a
subtle way. We had a blast in the studio, Stephen was in his zone and
it came together rather quickly. There is a sense of rejuvenation in
the group, freshness." Guitarist Noel Hogan added, "I always had the
attitude that there would be another album. Over the last six years,
Dolores and I were sending each other ideas on and off." During the
reunion tour, the band began working on new music during soundchecks.
"The icing on the cake was to work with Stephen Street again who
helped us rediscover our sound."

The songs on Roses come from a band with a renewed hunger and in every
corner you'll find the extraordinary sound of Dolores O'Riordan's
voice, the pivotal instrument which transformed the band from a group
of young Irish hopefuls at the edge of the 80s into an MTV sensation
and worldwide super group within just a few short years.

The Cranberries debut album Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't
We? featured the massive singles "Linger" and "Dreams" and hit #1 in
Britain. The follow-up, No Need To Argue cemented the group's
popularity via such popular tracks as "Zombie," "Ridiculous Thoughts,"
and "Ode To My Family," ultimately being certified 7x Platinum in the
U.S. and 5x Platinum in Europe (hitting #1 in Germany, Austria, and
Australia, and #2 in the U.K.). The Cranberries had four top 20
Billboard albums, 8 hit singles, and worldwide sales of over 30
million records.

Roses Track Listing:
1. Conduct
2. Tomorrow
3. Fire & Soul
4. Raining In My Heart
5. Losing My Mind
6. Schizophrenic Playboys
7. Waiting In Walthamstow
8. Show Me The Way
9. Astral Projections
10. So Good
11. Roses

www.cranberries.com / www.cookingvinyl.com


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