Last.fm Trends: The Cranberries Look To Tomorrow

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Dolores O'Riordan of The Cranberries (JOEL SAGET/AFP/Getty Images)

Dolores O’Riordan of The Cranberries (JOEL SAGET/AFP/Getty Images)

Irish rockers The Cranberries are set to return after a break of eleven years with the release of new album Roses.

The purveyors of ’90 hits such as “Zombie” and “Dreams” haven’t been seen as The Cranberries since 2001’s album Wake Up And Smell The Coffee.

Last.fm Trends looks at their scrobbles in anticipation of what is in store.

The band’s extended break certainly hasn’t deterred listeners. A total scrobble count just shy of 40,000,000 from 1,647,092 listeners show they are still as relevant as ever, with aforementioned 1994 hit “Zombie” listened to by 10,006 listeners last week.

The popularity of the track, which comes from the album No Need To Argue (incidentally their most popular album with 6,829,983 scrobbles), is such that their second most listened to track last week, “Linger”, had 5,102 listeners.

The Cranberries have released their new video for upcoming single “Tomorrow” – check it out below:


You can find out more about The Cranberries by visiting their Last.fm page. In the meantime make sure to check back with Last.fm Trends every weekday for all the latest scrobble news.

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