Irish singer Sinead O’Connor, who was found dead in her London home on Wednesday, was finishing a new album, preparing to tour and planning to bring her autobiography to the screen, her representatives announced on Friday.
The causes of death of the 56-year-old artist, who had evoked suicidal thoughts in the past, have not been the subject of any statement. An autopsy was ordered as part of the investigation.
“Sinead was finishing her latest album, was reviewing dates for a new tour in 2024, and was considering opportunities to make a film adaptation of her autobiographical book “Rememberings,” released in 2021, her representatives Kenneth and Carl Papenfus said on the site. of internet of your agency, 67 Gestion.
“Wonderful plans were in development at this time,” they said, while expressing their thoughts to the singer’s family and their eternal gratitude to those who dedicated themselves to her and worked on these projects.
The disappearance of Sinead O’Connor, who rose to worldwide fame in 1990 with the song “Nothing Compares 2 U”, written by the American artist Prince, sparked an avalanche of tributes.
“No medical cause of death has been given,” the court said Thursday, while police said “the death is not considered suspicious.”
In 2022, her 17-year-old son Shane called an end to her days.
His death was a tremendous blow and the singer was hospitalized after saying on social networks that she was also considering committing suicide.
The singer appeared in a video, posted in early July on the social network Twitter, renamed “X”, where she evoked her pain after her son’s suicide and said she wanted to finish a new album.
In addition to her music, the singer stood out for her fight against sexual abuse in the Catholic Church, which she accused of not having sufficiently protected children.
In 1992 he tore up an image of Pope John Paul II on American television.