The Cranberries have teamed up with Limerick LSAD students to animate their latest music video.
The Cranberries approached Limerick School of Art and Design (LSAD) earlier this year proposing a collaboration between the college and the band.
Noel Hogan said;
“The college is respected as a highly creative force in the area. We were curious to see what they could create for ‘Wake Me When It’s Over’ which is very much a classic Dolores [O’Riordan] song – really catchy with a softer verse and a massive chorus”
Áine Nic Giolla Coda, programme leader at LSAD, added
“this was an exciting opportunity for a group of students and lecturers from the Animation and Painting Programmes within the School of Art and Design to collaborate and explore innovative ways of combining Animation and Painting techniques.”
A powerful final chapter in the band’s extraordinary and far-reaching career, ‘In The End’ was acclaimed on its release in April 2019. Containing 11 songs that were written and demoed before Dolores’ untimely passing in 2018, the album was carefully and lovingly recorded by her band mates - co-songwriter and lead guitarist Noel, bassist Mike Hogan and Fergal – with Stephen Street once again taking producer duties.