Yesterday marked two years since Dolores O'Riordan died.

The Cranberries frontwoman died on January 15th 2018 at the age of 46, and her death saw tributes paid from all four corners of the music world.

Since she passed away, her former bandmates released the final Cranberries album, pieced together using demos that she had sang on. 'In the End' was released in April 2019 and was seen by many as a fitting end to her legacy.

To mark the anniversary of her death, Cranberries drummer Fergal Lawler took to Twitter with a poignant message to share with fans. He noted that he had heard 'Linger' on the radio and that it was both sad and uplifting:

Other fans joined in with their own tributes:

The band have also been nominated for their first Grammy Award for 'Best Rock Album'. The ceremony takes place on January 26th.