The Cranberries Release a New Album, ‘Something Else,’ and Announce a New North American Tour

Beloved Irish Band To Make Stops at Wiltern, Masonic in SF


The Cranberries have released Something Else, featuring re-worked renditions of their major hits, as well as brand new material, including the single “Why.”

Something Else is available today via BMG on digital and CD formats, and includes Cranberries songs like “Linger,” “Zombie,” “Dreams,” and “Ode To My Family.”

Last year, over two weeks in the University of Limerick, at the home of the Irish Chamber Orchestra, Dolores laid down vocals as small booths were created to record the instruments as if live.

Cranberries’ ‘Something Else’ available now

She now sings her songs not as a young lady, but as a mature woman now, with the capacity to throw her life at the music, the benefit of hindsight, she said.

“I prefer them like this,” she says of the new recordings of old songs, “With a little bit more experience behind them, with a new lease of life. They sound fresh again.”

Cranberries Tour Dates:

Check out Something Else Tour Dates:

11 Sep – Nashville, TN; Schermerhorn Symphony Center

13 Sep – Atlanta, GA; The Tabernacle

16 Sep – New York, NY; Terminal 5

18 Sep – Washington, DC; The 9:30 Club

20 Sep – Philadelphia, PA; The Fillmore

21 Sep – Boston, MA; House of Blues

23 Sep – Montreal, QC, Canada; Place des Arts

24 Sep – Toronto, ON, Canada; Rebel

26 Sep – Detroit, MI; The Fillmore Detroit

28 Sep – Chicago, IL; Riviera Theater

29 Sep – Council Bluffs, IA; Stir Cove at Harrah’s Casino

01 Oct – Denver, CO; Paramount Theatre

04 Oct – San Francisco, CA; Masonic Auditorium

06 Oct – Los Angeles, CA; The Wiltern

Artist/fan club pre-sale begins May 2 at 10AM local time. VIP packages will be available.