After much consideration, the remaining members of The Cranberries has made a decision to continue working on the project with the aim to release the special 25th-anniversary edition this year. The first is an expanded deluxe edition of the group's debut album Everybody Else is Doing It, So Why Can't We? which included their breakout songs "Dreams" and "Linger".
The 1993 album proved to be an worldwide success led by "Linger", a wistful song about a first kiss. "As this is something that we started as a band, with Dolores, we should push ahead and finish it".
Nearly two months after the sudden death of Dolores O'Riordan, The Cranberries has announced that they continue as a band and will release their final album with the singer-songwriter.
The release was planned for the album's 25th anniversary, and the band began recording material before O'Riordan's untimely death in January.
"We had planned to release this special edition this month to coincide with the 25th anniversary".
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The Cranberries announced their plan to release a final album, Stereogum reports; the LP is expected for early 2019.
"In recent weeks we revisited this", they continued.
The other project is a new album of originals on which O'Riordon had completed vocals before her passing. It was also produced by Street and was fueled by political hit single "Zombie", which O'Riordan wrote in response to a 1993 IRA bombing that killed two children.
The last new album the Cranberries released was Roses in 2012, following a gap of more than a decade. She also teamed up with Olé Koretsky and The Smiths' Andy Rourke as D.A.R.K., who released one album, 2016's Science Agrees.
It will be a remastered version of the album which will include previously unheard material recorded around the same time they were recording the LP. The Limerick-native was found in a London hotel on 15 January. In the music video, they reference the original version of The Cranberries by adding a woman covered in gold paint. To honor her memory, the band chose to release their rendition and offer part of the proceeds to O'Riordan's children.