The Cranberries announce new album “Something else”

Irish rock band The Cranberries have announced a new LP “Something else”. It’s an unplugged album which will feature orchestral re-workings of some of their biggest hits such as “Linger” and “Zombie” as well as three new tracks.
“In recent months we have been working with the Irish Chamber Orchestra at the University of Limerick, Ireland on the string versions of our best known songs. While we have played “unplugged” before, this tour promises to be particularly special” guitarist Noel Hogan said.
“Something else” is out April 28. It’s the follow up to “Roses”, released five years ago.

Tracklist:

1. Linger (Acoustic Version)
2. The Glory (New song)
3. Dreams (Acoustic Version)
4. When You’re Gone (Acoustic Version)
5. Zombie (Acoustic Version)
6. Ridiculous Thoughts (Acoustic Version)
7. Rupture (New song)
8. Ode To My Family (Acoustic Version)
9. Free To Decide (Acoustic Version)
10. Just My Imagination (Acoustic Version)
11. Animal Instinct (Acoustic Version)
12. You And Me (Acoustic Version)
13. Why (New song)

Tour dates:

May 01 – Guitar Guinness Records concert, Centennial Hall Wroclaw, Poland
May 02 – Admiralspalast Berlin, Germany
May 04 – Olympia Theatre Paris, France
May 05 – Olympia Theatre Paris, France
May 07 – Rockhal Esch-Sur-Alzette, Luxembourg
May 08 – Koninklijk Circus Brussels, Belgium
May 10 – Carré Amsterdam, Netherlands
May 12 – Nouveau Siecle Lille, France
May 17 – Waterfront Belfast, United Kingdom
May 18 – Bord Gais Theatre Dublin, Ireland
May 20 – Palladium London, United Kingdom
May 22 – Colston Hall Bristol, United Kingdom
May 24 – Sage Gateshead, United Kingdom
May 25 – Royal Concert Hall Glasgow, United Kingdom
May 27 – Barbican York, United Kingdom
May 28 – Bridgewater Hall Manchester, United Kingdom
May 30 – Le Vinci Tours, France
May 31 – Amphitheatre de la Cite International Lyon, France
Jun 02 – Cite des Congres de Nantes Nantes, France
Jun 04 – Auditori Forum Barcelona, Spain
Jun 05 – Barclaycard Centre – The Ring Madrid, Spain
Jun 07 – Le Silo Marseille, France
Jun 09 – Palais des Congrés Salle Erasme Strasbourg, France
Jun 10 – Theatre Du Leman Geneve, Switzerland
Jun 12 – Teatro degli Arcimboldi Milano, Italy
Jun 23 – Anfiteatro Camerini Piazzola sul Brenta, Italy
Jun 24 – Firenze Rocks (Arena Visarno) Florence, Italy
Jun 26 – Auditorium Cavea Rome, Italy
Jun 27 – Arena della Regina Cattolica, Italy
Jul 29 – Trollrock Beitostøl, Norway
Aug 3 – Expofacic Festival Cantanhede, Portugal

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