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- Posted on Feb 22nd 2012 1:00PM by Laura Lanktree
Today she looks relaxed and renewed, tucked comfortably in between the boys -- bandmates Noel Hogan, Mike Hogan, and Fergal Lawler -- at the Toronto studio where their comeback album 'Roses' was recorded, poised to discuss their long-awaited return in an exclusive interview with Spinner.
"The Cranberries became a box and we had to get out of the box and make it something fun and fresh, which it now has become," says O'Riordan.
Watch the video below to discover what brought the Cranberries back to life, how they feel it's as though someone simply "hit pause," and why O'Riordan's fiery politics no longer occupy a place in their music.