Yunè Pinku covers The Cranberries’ ‘Dreams’

The Irish-Malaysian musician pays homage to the Limerick band with new cover

Paying homage to a legendary band, Yunè Pinku’s reworking of the classic song ‘Dreams’ swaps guitars for synths but retains the mystical nature of the track. Pinku’s airy vocals echo those of Cranberries’ Dolores O’Riordan, carrying the same vulnerability and strength she had. Ethereal, she pays tribute by adding her own unique style of production onto the track.

Pinku is going from strength to strength since her release of her sophomore EP Babylon IX. A supporting slot with Biig Piig saw her become one to watch across Ireland and now across the world.

Photo credit: Leanda Heler

Yunè Pinku will be on tour in Australia and Europe in the coming months, performing at the likes of Pitchfork Festival and Listen Out.

See dates below:

5th September: Scopitone Festival,  Nantes, France
23rd September: Listen Out Brisbane, Australia
24th September: Listen Out Perth, Australia
29th September: Listen Out Melbourne, Australia
30th September: Listen Out Sydney, Australia
5th November: Pitchfork Music Festival, Berlin, Germany
11th November: Pitchfork Music Festival, London, UK

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