Poor, poor Kourt.
Now, reports are coming out that Disick knows what he's doing, and how to make it better. What remains though, is whether he can actually do that.
The source says of Disick:
Wow! This is one serious blast from the past that we're looking forward to!
After over a decade without new tunes and their 2003 official break-up, The Cranberries will be releasing a new album on February 28th, called Roses, and the music video for its lead single, Tomorrow, has dropped!
Ch-ch-check it out (above)!
"The song was written really spontaneously. People tend to overly ponder, it is the human condition and 'Tomorrow' is about getting away from the consuming thought process. The minute we started playing, it felt like we'd never stopped. There's something about playing with The Cranberries. It's like putting on a perfect pair of shoes. It just fits. Having recorded two albums with various different musicians during our hiatus, I could clearly see that Noel and Mike have a unique way of creating chords and Ferg keeps it together in a subtle way. We had a blast in the studio, Stephen was in his zone and it came together rather quickly. There is a sense of rejuvenation in the group, a freshness."
And guitarist Noel Hogan elaborates:
"I always had the attitude that there would be another album. Over the last six years, Dolores and I were sending each other ideas on and off. The icing on the cake was to work with Stephen Street again who helped us rediscover our sound."
Amazing! We're so excited to have you guys back!
Can't wait to hear the full album!
And ch-ch-check out its full tracklist…AFTER THE JUMP!
Fire & Soul
Raining In My Heart
Losing My Mind
Waiting In Walthamstow
Show Me The Way