Garbage Streaming New Album Strange Little Birds A Week Ahead Of Release Exclusively on Apple Music

Garbage is treating fans to an early listen of their forthcoming sixth studio album Strange Little Birds (out June 10 via STUNVOLUME). Listen to the album in its entirety a week ahead of release exclusively via Apple MusicHERE
In support of the release, Garbage will embark on a US tour this summer. A complete list of upcoming tour dates can be found HERE.
Watch the band’s new music video for “Empty” HERE.
“The alt-rock veterans’ sixth LP recaptures the attitude of their 1995 debut, but they’re not wallowing in nostalgia.” Entertainment Weekly
“A brooding mix of glossy rock, electronic, and pop elements.” Spin
“Excellent sixth studio album.” Nylon
“Harking back to the band’s classic Garbage and Version 2.0 era.” Billboard
“Fear. Love. Doom. Welcome back to the world of Garbage.”  V Magazine
Garbage is Shirley Manson, Duke Erikson, Steve Marker and Butch Vig. After forming in Madison, WI, Garbage released their self-titled debut album in 1995. The band’s unique sound and provocative visual aesthetic, inspired massive worldwide attention and success. Their follow up album, Version 2.0, released in 1998, topped charts all over the world and garnered multiple Grammy Award nominations including Album Of The Year. Garbage went on to release two more albums: 2001’s Beautiful Garbage and 2005’s Bleed Like Me, the latter of which earned the band its highest chart position with a No. 4 on the Billboard Top 200 Album Chart. After a 7-year hiatus, the band released their fifth studio album Not Your Kind of People in 2012 on their independent record label, STUNVOLUME. The album was named one of Rolling Stone magazine’s Top 50 Albums of 2012 and was hailed as the “alternative to everything,” by Pitchfork. Garbage has sold over 12 million albums worldwide and performed in over thirty-five countries. Last year the band celebrated its 20th anniversary with their SOLD OUT ’20 Years Queer’ world tour and the release of a special 20th anniversary edition of their debut album, re-mastered and featuring previously unreleased material.
band photo:  Joseph Cultice