Roses - The Cranberries Back with First Record in a decade

Ranging from soft, melodic beats to Harder Rock styles The Cranberries are back with yet another album titled “Roses”, a decade after their last studio album “Wake Up & Smell the Coffee” was released. After over two decades of experience in the music industry, the band once and for all, refine and reaffirm their musical identity with the new album “Roses”. Getting back together with their long time collaborator and producer Stephen Street allowed them to bring back that special sound so easily identifiable.

The releases of their first single “Tomorrow” from the upcoming album Roses, recalling the guitar sound of their previous hit, Dreams was an immediate hit and a promising glimpse into their new album. If you appreciate Noel Hogan's guitar work, then probably you are in full sensation when you hear the chords of "Tomorrow" which sound great throughout the song. The mixture of the Cranberries' tight musical arrangements and the stunning, eerie voice of Dolores O'Riordan is assured to hypnotize you into a trance.

The Cranberries - Tomorrow

Roses is scheduled for release on February 14, 2012 through Cooking Vinyl, and the CD will contain the following eleven tracks:

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2. "Tomorrow"

3. "Fire & Soul"

4. "Raining in My Heart"

5. "Losing My Mind"

6. "Schizophrenic Playboys"

7. "Waiting in Walthamstow"

8. "Show Me The Way" Dolores O'Riordan

9. "Astral Projection"

10. "So Good"

11. "Roses