Really nice write up from Consequence of Sound:
"Few bands know how to belt with sweetness and intensity side by side quite like The Cranberries. Dolores O’Riordan uses that Irish accent to charm listeners with each verse, introducing minor trills and intimate whispers at various points, until she gets to the chorus. It’s there that she belts, letting her voice dive through deeper notes before launching it up high. When partnered with the syncopated drumming, it ditches the occasional feeling of dragging on the studio version to lift listeners up onto their feet so that they can dance — and should they need it, a whispery, dream-like interlude comes mid-song, too."
And from Billboard:
"This cover, from the Irish exports' 1996 Faithful Departed album, does not disappoint with its upbeat tempo, solid electric guitar action, and the occasional Enya-esque voice notes."