Band in a Box is an AUX original web series that asks bands to take us through the making of one of their music videos… while they’re displayed in a box inside said music video. Cool name, right?
After a six-year hiatus, the Cranberries released Roses, their first album of new material since 2001′s Wake Up and Smell the Coffee earlier this year. AUX visited the band in the studio while they were working on the record, and later, they provided an inside perspective on the making of the video for first single “Tomorrow.”
It was the band’s first video in over ten years, and the shortest shoot they’ve done. And as singer Dolores O’Riordan explains in the clip, it was also one of the heaviest and most therapeutic. Watch the commentary below.