The Cranberries to reunite this fall
Former lead singer Dolores O’Riordan of the Cranberries has announced a reunion tour this coming fall.
The Irish band, hailing hits such as Linger, Zombie, and Free to Decide, may also be delivering a new album soon after.
O’Riordan has been a solo artist since 2002, and has recently released her latest album, No Baggage.
Bandmates Noel Hogan, Mike Hogan and Fergal Lawler, have also been busy on solo projects, and all members have been building their families.
“We’re kind of excited about getting together again, because our kids are kind of now going, ‘Were you in a band?’ and we kind of have to play for our kids now, just to show them we’re still cool,” O’Riordan told the CBC.
The tour begins in North America, and the band will be performing both O’Riordan’s solo material, as well as old Cranberries tunes and new works they’ve been penning together.