Kodaline and Hozier post moving tributes to 'unending genius' of Dolores O'Riordan

Irish artists and celebrities have been posting their tributes to Dolores O’Riordan, who died this afternoon.

Irish group Kodaline previously toured with The Cranberries.

Other Irish artists such as Hozier and James Vincent McMorrow have taken to Twitter to share their own messages.

Irish musician MayKay said the singer had a "huge impact" on her.

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