“Íosa” studio version unveiled

September 27, 2018  |  8 Comments  |  by Webmaster  |  The Cranberries

History: clashmusic.com just released for the first time ever the studio version of “Íosa” as a teaser of Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can’t We? 25th Anniversary Edition.

Known as the only track written by Dolores O’Riordan in Irish Gaelic, “Íosa” had only been known through 1990s live recordings of Cranberries performances that did not enable lyrics to be deciphered. It was unknown whether the song had ever been recorded in studio or not… Today is thus a day to be remembered!

For those who are ready to get spoiled and be overwhelmed, here is the MASTERPIECE:

Click here

:’-(


EDIT#1: Available on Spotify and Apple Music from Sept 28th on… meaning if it’s not midnight yet in your country, you’ll have to wait a couple of hours more!


EDIT#2: Official release date: September 28, 2018
Now midnight in Ireland, it’s available on the official The Cranberries account on YouTube/VEVO:

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8 Responses to “Íosa” studio version unveiled

  1. ML

    “Unavailable in your region”. Meh.

  2. Volodymyr

    finally, after so many years of waiting,
    old but new song, its pretty great, I like it much more than a fats one or chrome paint, duuno why it was hidden all the time

  3. Asjemenou_loeki_Lion

    We have it too MB and me. It’s a MAGIC song!!!! ”Why” 2017 is back to the basic of ”Iosa” 1990/1 . Same kind guitars , same pitch. Wow we have it finally!!! Dolores singing from heaven everyday!!!

  4. Sören

    Would be so interesting hearing Dolores talking about this release…

    I already ordered the whole set.
    Is the clear vinyl version an exclusive only available by discovermusic?

  5. Sören

    I listen to it a few times and I realy like it – althoug I can not understand one single word…
    Love the bass line!

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