The Cranberries might be done after their final album, In the End, comes out on April 26th. But there’s still a few more projects on tap for this year.
Guitarist Noel Hogan tells Billboard that they’re talking about a follow-up video to the animated “All Over Now” for the next single, “Wake Me When It’s Over.” He says, “The record company is really kind of pushing for a mix of old footage of us. I don’t know if that’s something we want to do. We kind of feel a video should in some way represent the song more so than be just a bunch of clips that look nice. It’s kind of an ongoing discussion at the moment.”
On tap for later this year is a 25th anniversary box set for No Need to Argue, which included the hits “Zombie” and “Ode to My Family.” And Hogan says they may re-visit a documentary they put aside a few years ago. “There’d never been one made about the band, so we started one and did individual interviews, but then we went on tour and forgot about it…. Now that the band is actually finished it will have a conclusion, whereas before it was only going to be up to a point.”