Nashville-raised singer-songwriter Liza Anne is paying tribute to the Cranberries’ Dolores O’Riordan with the release of her new EP, Dreams, on September 14 via Arts & Crafts. Liza Anne was named after her aunt, who introduced her to the Cranberries. The forthcoming EP features a cover of “Dreams.”
“When I was a kid, we would drive around my hometown listening to records – it was in that passenger seat, with that woman, with my name that I first heard ‘Dreams,'” Liza Anne said in a release. “I’m not sure how old I was but the way it hit me felt like a beginning. I don’t usually like to cover songs – there’s a holiness in the way a song is originally experienced that feels sacrilegious to tread upon – but when Dolores passed this last year, I felt like I needed a moment of meditation for the portal that she gave me.”
Check out Liza Anne’s Cranberries’ cover below.
O’Riordan died in January of 2018 at the age of 46.
Dreams EP track list
02 Turn For The Worse (Remix)
03 Kid Gloves
04 Kid Gloves (Remix)