|The Cranberries Release New Single, New Album Out In February|
The Cranberries have returned with a new single entitled "Tomorrow," and also have announced plans to release a new studio album, Roses, their first in over a decade, on February 13. Roses marks the band's sixth full-length release.
Roses was produced and recorded by longtime producer Stephen Street, and includes the lead single "Tomorrow."
"'Tomorrow' is reflecting on the fact that life goes by so quickly," frontwoman Dolores O'Riordan told Rolling Stone. "Sometimes we should follow our intuition, trust our instincts and go for it!"
The Cranberries released their last full-length album back in 2001, Wake Up and Smell the Coffee, an album that has sold over a million copies to date, before going on hiatus to pursue solo careers. The band officially reunited back in January 2009.