Today’s issue of the Irish tabloid “The Mirror” has reprinted excerpts from yesterday’s press release from Lindsey Holmes Publicity, which states that The Cranberries — as a group — will be taking a break from the music industry for at least two years. Excerpts are below.
“Dolores is also keen to be a regular mum for her two young children, preferring to be at home with them and not always on tour as was the case last year.”
“As part of the temporary shut-down in activities, The Cranberries have parted company with co-manager Lewis Kovac who is currently setting up his own entertainment agency.
“The band will continue its business dealings through the Irish based Timeless Music company.”
In the statement, Dolores says, “I’d prefer to be at home with them [my family] and not always aways on tour.”
More news on the so-called “temporary shutdown” of the Cranberries coming in the next few minutes here on Zombieguide.
Source: The Mirror (Ireland)