Bad Wolves has unveiled their cover of The Cranberries’ hit single “Zombie” in honor of led singer Dolores O’Riordan, who recently passed away. All proceeds of the track will be donated to her three children.
“Her lyrics, confronting the collateral damage of political unrest, capture the same sentiment we wanted to express a quarter-century later. That is a testament to the kind of enduring artist Dolores was, and will remain forever.” shared Bad Wolves’ Tommy Vext.
“Zombie” was originally released in 1994 following the IRA bombing of Warrington and quickly landed #1 across the globe charts, including Billboard. Bad Wolves’ cover has amassed more than three million streams in just four weeks of its release.
The quintet has recently announced their North America tour dates:
5/6 – Bridgestone Arena (Nashville, TN, USA)
5/8 – Rupp Arena (Lexington, KY, USA)
5/10 – BOK Center (Tulsa, OK, USA)
5/11 – Westfair Amphitheatre (Council Bluffs, IA, USA)
5/12 – Eagles Ballroom (Milwaukee, WI, USA)
5/14 – Salem Civic Center (Salem, VA, USA)
5/16 – Legacy Arena (Birmingham, AL, USA)
5/17 – Ford Center (Evansville, IN, USA)
5/18 – Mark of the Quad (Moline, IL, USA)
5/20 – Alerus Center (Grand Forks, ND, USA)
5/30 – Casper Events Center (Casper, WY, USA)
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