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Cranberries confirma disco final após morte da vocalista; ouça música inédita

A banda Cranberries divulgou os detalhes de seu álbum final, ‘In the End’, bem como o primeiro single do novo disco, ‘All Over Now’. As partes de Dolores O’Riordan foram gravadas em 2017 (ela morreu em 15 de janeiro de 2018, aos 46 anos). O disco será lançado no dia 26 de abril.

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Na página do Facebook, os três membros da banda assinaram uma nota que informa que Dolores havia gravado as demos da música e planejava voltar ao estúdio no início de 2018 para finalizar as gravações.

“Depois da morte inesperada e devastadora de Dolores em janeiro de 2018, nós tiramos um tempo para pensar e adiamos os planos. Conforme o tempo passou, começamos a pensar em como honrar nossa amiga e colega de banda. Foi um processo muito doloroso. Lembramos como Dolores estava tão energizada pelo prospecto de fazer esse disco e voltar à estrada com as canções, e percebemos que o mais significativo a ser feito era finalizar o álbum que começamos com ela. Sentimos que seria isso que ela gostaria.”

Dolores O’Riordan morreu no dia 15 de janeiro de 2018 afogada na banheira do quarto do hotel onde estava hospedada em Londres. A perícia chegou à conclusão que a morte foi “um acidente”.

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A Message from the band about their new album 'In The End' In early 2017, the four of us got together to rehearse for the ‘Something Else’ Tour. During rehearsals, we discussed many times how great it would be to write and work on new material for a new album… And the prospect of writing and working on new material for a new album was very exciting. By December 2017, Dolores had completed and recorded the vocals to final demo stage on the eleven songs which feature on this recording, and we had planned to go into the studio to complete the album in early 2018. After Dolores' devastating and unexpected passing in January 2018, we took some time out and put all plans on hold. As time passed, we began to think about how we might best honour our close friend and bandmate. This was a very painful process. We remembered how Dolores had been so energised by the prospect of making this record and getting back out on the road to play the songs live, and realised that the most meaningful thing to do was to finish the album we had started with her. We felt that this is what she would want. We spoke with Dolores' family and they agreed. It was a very emotional process for us. Knowing that we would never get to play these songs live made it even more difficult. There was also an overwhelming sense of finality knowing that this was the last time that we would be in the same studio together working on a Cranberries album. We would like to take the chance to thank all our families and friends as well as Dolores’ family and friends, and all those work worked with the band over the years. And to our fans, who have stood by us for almost thirty years; thank you, without you, none of this would have been possible. It has been an incredible journey. We dedicate this album to our dear friend and bandmate Dolores. She will always be with us in her music. Noel Mike Fergal To mark the first anniversary of Dolores’s passing The Cranberries will be releasing the first song from the new album, ‘All Over Now’ on the 15th of January.

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