The Cranberries Share New Record "Wake Me When It’s Over"

The new song is off the band’s final album.

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The Cranberries released their new song, “Wake Me When It’s Over.” The new single comes a little over a year since the tragic passing of lead singer Dolores O’Riordan, who died in January 2018. “Wake Me When It’s Over” will appear on the group’s forthcoming final album, In the End, which drops on April 26. The new single follows up previously-released In the End tracks, “All Over Now” and “The Pressure.”

O’Riordan and Lead guitarist Noel Hogan began working on In the End before the tragic singer’s death and after months of mourning, Hogan and the rest of the band recruited producer Stephen Street to help them finish the album.

Listen to the song above.

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