In a note on Facebook, remaining members say they will complete the work: ‘It was Dolores’s wish’. Vocalist died in January, at age 46.
The remaining members of the Cranberries announced on Thursday that the Irish band will release an album with the latest songs recorded by singer Dolores O’Riordan, who died at age 46 on January 15 .
“The process of composing a new Cranberries album had begun in the last few months, with many new songs being developed. Dolores had already recorded vocals on those tracks, so we decided to finish them, since that’s what she would have wanted,” she says. the note published in the Cranberries Facebook profile (see below, in full) .
“We do not know, at this time, how many tracks will come in the final version of the album, but it was Dolores’s wish that we finish it. the record and release the album, so let’s do just that in the coming months. “
Formed in 1990, the Cranberries hit hits like “Zombie”, “Linger”, “Dreams”, “Ode to my family” and “Salvation”.
Known for the powerful and emotional voice of Dolores, the band sold over 40 million albums. The debut was in 1993, with “Everybody else is doing it, so why can not we?”.
On January 19, the UK Medical Legal Institute reported that it had conducted “several examinations” to determine the causes of Dolores O’Riordan’s death. The results will only be revealed in a few months .
Read, below, the note from the remnants of the Cranberries:
“A few words from Noel, Mike & Ferg.
First, we would like to thank everyone for the celery and the words of affection over the past few weeks. As you can imagine, this was a very sad and difficult time, not only for us, but also for the Dolores family. However, it has been amazing to read the messages you have sent. It’s beautiful to see how much positive impact Dolores has had on people’s lives, and gives us some comfort at this very difficult time.