The Cranberries, which lost key member Dolores O’Riordan last year, are all set to release their final album called In The End later this year. This January, they released this album’s first promotional single in the form of All Over Now, and now the same song has been blessed with an animated music video. The song is about a woman seeking refuge from an abusive relationship, and the video showcases the same.
It features a woman in a yellow jacket who is making her way through the English countryside, probably running away from her abusive relationship. The things around her start crumbling as she walks past them.All this while a seagull is shown gliding gleefully in the air, perhaps representing her freedom. She finally reaches a lighthouse where she is greeted by what looks like her mother. They even have a dog for company.
All Over Now has that typical Cranberries flavour to it. The song is a brilliant blend of rock and alternative. The band has confirmed that at least 11 songs were recorded by Dolores O’Riordan prior to her unfortunate death. The rest of the members found it very difficult to cope with the death, but in the end, they finally decided to go ahead with creating an album out of her final songs.
The Cranberries comprised of Dolores O’Riordan, Noel Hogan, Mike Hogan and Fergal Lawler. The quartet emerged from the pre-Brit-pop scene of the early ’90s. Their distinctive quality was their trademark indie guitar pattern and Dolores’ unique vocal style. Their rise to global fame began after songs like Zombie, Linger and Dreams became massive hits. The band has till date sold more than 40 million albums worldwide.
You can watch the artsy music video of All Over Now by The Cranberries in the space above.