The Cranberries have shared a new track off their upcoming final album with late singer Dolores O’Riordan.

“Wake Me When It’s Over” sounds a lot like a classic Cranberries song, with O’Riordan belting out her lines “Fighting’s not the answer/Fighting’s not the cure/It’s eating you like cancer/It’s killing you for sure/Wake me when it’s over.”

Lead guitarist Noel Hogan began working on the band’s new album before O’Riordan’s death in January 2018. After taking their time to mourn, the band headed into the studio with O’Riordan’s demos. They say they have no intention of maintaining the band following the album’s release. “It’s come up as well, ‘Well, find another singer,’” Hogan told Rolling Stone. “I don’t think people who say that fully get it. Maybe they think they’re being nice or something. It’s not something we’re ever going to entertain. I think the band accomplished a lot, and I think we’ll leave it on a high with this album.”

The Cranberries’ final album, In The End, arrives April 26.