CRANBERRIES, THE

In The End

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Thirty years after forming in Limerick (initially as The Cranberry Saw Us), The Cranberries release their 8th and final album. While it is tinged with sadness following Dolores’ unexpected death on January 15th 2018, ‘In The End’ is not a valediction, it is a celebration, one that stands as a powerful testimony to the life and creative work of Dolores and her brothers in music.


The genesis of 'In The End' began in May 2017 while the band were on tour. By winter of 2017, Noel and Dolores had written and demoed the eleven songs that would eventually appear on the album.

In coming to terms with her tragic passing, Noel, Mike and Fergal listened to the songs and, with the support of Dolores’ family, wanted to honour their close friend, and collaborator by completing the record.

With the songs at various stages of completion they turned to Stephen Street and spent 4 weeks in a London studio building the sounds around her vocals from the original demos.

The album is a strong goodbye from the band to their fans, a fitting tribute to their bandmate and friend and, most importantly, a collection of powerful songs that can take their rightful place with

Thirty years after forming in Limerick (initially as The Cranberry Saw Us), The Cranberries release their 8th and final album. While it is tinged with sadness following Dolores’ unexpected death on January 15th 2018, ‘In The End’ is not a valediction, it is a celebration, one that stands as a powerful testimony to the life and creative work of Dolores and her brothers in music.

The genesis of 'In The End' began in May 2017 while the band were on tour. By winter of 2017, Noel and Dolores had written and demoed the eleven songs that would eventually appear on the album.

In coming to terms with her tragic passing, Noel, Mike and Fergal listened to the songs and, with the support of Dolores’ family, wanted to honour their close friend, and collaborator by completing the record.

With the songs at various stages of completion they turned to Stephen Street and spent 4 weeks in a London studio building the sounds around her vocals from the original demos.

The album is a strong goodbye from the band to their fans, a fitting tribute to their bandmate and friend and, most importantly, a collection of powerful songs that can take their rightful place with The Cranberries’ previous six records.’ previous six records.