The Cranberries Release Previously Unheard Track “Iosa”

The Cranberries have released a previously unheard song called" Iosa ".

The launch of the & # 39; new & # 39; track preludes the launch of the next set of boxes Cranberries, which marks the 25th anniversary of 1993 Everybody Else Is Doing It, Then, why can not we? This was the band's debut album and its first major release of the label.

"Iosa" is the only recording of the band where Dolores O & Riordan sings in the native language of the band (Gaelic). The title translates as & # 39; Jesus & # 39; and the letters are prayer. You can listen to the track below.

The set of boxes Everyone is doing it, why can not we? was initially supposed to be launched in March. The bus was delayed until October 19, following Riordan. Tragic death The talented 46-year-old singer died in her hotel room of alcohol poisoning on January 15 this year.

The remaining members of The Cranberries said: "Dolores will live forever in her music, seeing how much positive impact she had on people's lives has been a great source of comfort for us." We would like to thank all of our fans for the great number of messages and their continued support during this difficult time. "