The Cranberries, With Dolores O'Riordan's Vocals, Return to Adult Alternative Songs Chart With 'All Over Now'

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The Cranberries photographed at Wisseloord Studios in Hilversum, Netherlands on Sept. 24, 2001.

The song was recorded before O'Riordan's January 2018 death.

Just over one year after the death of frontwoman Dolores O'Riordan, The Cranberries return to a Billboard airplay chart, as "All Over Now" starts at No. 25 on the Adult Alternative Songs ranking dated Feb. 2.

The lead single from the band's upcoming eighth studio album is the Cranberries' first Billboard airplay chart entry since "Tomorrow," which peaked at No. 30 on the Adult Alternative Songs chart dated Dec. 24, 2011.

The band logs its best debut on Adult Alternative Songs in over 17 years, since "Analyse" started at No. 19 (Oct. 6, 2001).

The Cranberries are the first act to have a member appear on Adult Alternative Songs posthumously in a year since Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings' "Matter of Time" entered the list dated Nov. 25, 2017 (at No. 30, also its peak) and charted though Feb. 3, 2018. Jones died Nov. 18, 2016, following a multi-year battle with cancer.

"All Over Now" was one of 11 songs recorded for In the End, which is set to be the Cranberries' final studio album. The set's demos were completed just before O'Riordan's Jan. 15, 2018, death from accidental drowning. In the End was completed in October and is scheduled for release April 26 via BMG.