The Cranberries appeared on the The One Show on BBC One on Friday evening to perform their hit Linger but some viewers have complained that lead singer Dolores O'Riordan's vocals weren't up to her usual standards.

The Limerick band are on the comeback trail with Something Else, a new album of reworked songs from their back catalogue, and a series of live dates in the UK and Ireland 

However, during their performance of Linger on The One Show, some viewers commented that O’Riordan seemed uncomfortable and struggled to sing properly.

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The NME reports that people took to Twitter to comment on the performance, with one saying, "Cranberries look good but sadly out of tune," while another wrote, "Sound check please!"

Last year O'Riordan teamed up with former Smiths' bassist Andy Rourke and New York DJ Olé Koretsky to release an album under the name D.A.R.K.

The Cranberries play The Waterfront Hall in Belfast on May 17 and Dublin's Bord Gais Energy Theatre on May 18.