In the wake of frontwoman Dolores O’Riordan’s death last year, the remaining band members of The Cranberries revealed that they’d be releasing a final album called In The End, which will feature vocals O’Riordan recorded before her passing. Now, the legendary band have dropped a new animated video for their recent track “All Over Now,” which thematically explores domestic abuse.
When speaking of the release, guitarist Noel Hogan explained to Billboard, “It’s exciting, because you’ve finished a pretty good album and are putting it out there. But there’s a lot that comes with it, with Dolores not being around and everything. And it’s also the end of the band once it does come out. So those things pop into your head along the way. It’s a weird feeling of a kind of happiness, then sadness, I guess.”
Watch the video for “All Over Now” below.
Hogan and O’Riordan had begun writing tracks for their eighth studio album during the summer of 2017, and they were planning the record in 2018. Now, In The End is set for release on April 26th.