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The Cranberries Release Title Track From Final Album 'In The End'

Wednesday, 17 April 2019 Written by Helen Payne

The Cranberries have released a new single.

In The End follows on from recent singles Wake Me When It’s Over, All Over Now and The Pressure, and is the title track from the Irish rock band’s eighth and final album.

‘In The End’ is due for release on April 26, and features vocals by the band's late singer Dolores O'Riordan, who laid down demos prior to her death in January 2018.

Their latest is a restful folk-pop song made rich with soft vocals and warm acoustic guitars, a concluding deep breath to a vibrant album that sounds just as fresh as the Cranberries did in the 1990s.

About the lyrics, “Ain’t it strange, when everything you wanted was nothing like you wanted, in the end”, the band’s Fergal Lawler said: “What a way to finish the record. To have In The End as the last song is just perfect. Noel Hogan added: “Lyrically it is self-explanatory. It speaks for itself, it just is a lovely feeling and it’s a gorgeous song.”

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