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BAD WOLVES UNVEIL VIDEO FOR COVER OF CRANBERRIES’ ‘ZOMBIE’

BAD WOLVES UNVEIL VIDEO FOR COVER OF CRANBERRIES’ ‘ZOMBIE’

Bad Wolves have released a video for the band’s cover of the Cranberries classic “Zombie,” which has been steadily climbing the rock airplay chart following the death of Cranberries singer Dolores O’Riordan last month. O’Riordan was supposed to enter a recording studio to lay down a guest vocal for the track on January 15th, the day she was found dead in a London hotel room. The clip features Bad Wolves singer Tommy Vext and an unreachable woman painted in gold — a tribute to O’Riordan’s own look in the original “Zombie” video — attempting and failing to touch each other. Vext said about covering the song, “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.” Bad Wolves are donating all proceeds from sales of the track to O’Riordan’s three children.

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