Exclusive Stream: The Cranberries Return With 'Tomorrow'

Preview a song from the band's first new album in a decade, 'Roses'

October 31, 2011 12:05 PM ET
The Cranberries
Jess Baumung

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Irish alt-rockers the Cranberries will release Roses, their first record in over a decade on February 13th. The album, which was recorded by the reunited quartet with longtime producer Stephen Street, includes "Tomorrow," a crisp, catchy number that serves as an ideal showcase for frontwoman Dolores O'Riordan's lovely, heavily accented voice. "'Tomorrow' is reflecting on the fact that life goes by so quickly," O'Riordan told Rolling Stone. "Sometimes we should follow our intuition, trust our instincts and go for it!"

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