In April, the Cranberries released their final album, In The End. The Irish-alt rockers had already recorded frontwoman Dolores O’Riordan’s vocals before she passed away in 2018, so after adding the instrumental, the group announced plans to share the album as their last.

On Wednesday, the band unveiled the music video for “Wake Me When It’s Over”, a song full of frustration over the unnecessary deaths of people and animals alike.

The Cranberries collaborated with The Limerick School of Art and Design in their hometown of Limerick, Ireland. Creative director Tom Clancy says the woman “could be interpreted as representing mother nature, through a feminine superhero who is attempting to overcome all that crosses her path. On her journey, she morphs into various animals whose habitats exist between land, water, and sky.”.

In The End is out now.