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NEWS: GARBAGE ANNOUNCES ADDITIONAL US TOUR DATES

PHOTO: JOSEPH CULTICE

PHOTO: JOSEPH CULTICE

LOS ANGELES, CA – July 18, 2016 – This morning Garbage announced that they will be extending their Strange Little Birds US Tour, which kicked off earlier this month and will now wrap on September 24th in San Francisco, CA. Tickets for these additional tour dates will be on sale Friday, July 22nd at 10am local time HERE.

For a complete list of upcoming tour dates, please visit Garbage.com. Visit Adventures in Wonderland for details on VIP experience packages, including: early entry, soundcheck access, Q&As, meet and greets, photo opps with the band, exclusive merch, and more.

ADDITIONAL DATES ON STRANGE LITTLE BIRDS US TOUR

September 9 – Revention Music Center, Houston, TX

September 10 – South Side Ballroom, Dallas, TX

September 11 – Majestic Theatre, San Antonio, TX

September 14 – Belly Up, Aspen, CO

September 15 – Fillmore Auditorium, Denver, CO

September 16 – The Complex, Salt Lake City, UT

September 18 – Roseland Theater, Portland, OR

September 19 – Paramount Theater, Seattle, WA

September 22 – The Foundry SLS, Las Vegas, NV

September 24 – The Masonic, San Francisco, CA

Garbage’s sixth studio album Strange Little Birds was released last month via the band’s own STUNVOLUME Records and debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Rock Albums and Alternative Albums charts. The album arrived at No. 14 overall on the Billboard 200 chart. Additionally, lead single “Empty” debuted at No. 40 on Billboard’s Alternative Songs chart.

Recorded and produced by the band (Shirley Manson, Steve Marker, Duke Erikson, and Butch Vig) in Los Angeles, the album is available for purchase both physically HERE and digitally HERE. Watch their music video for the album’s single “Empty”, directed by longtime collaborator Samuel Bayer, HERE.

Read Love is Pop’s review of Garbage’s new album, Strange Little Birds, HERE.

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An entertainment journalist for 20 years, Michael McCarthy was a columnist and contributing editor for the magazines Lollipop and LiveWire. He co-created and wrote for Cinezine, one of the '90's most popular movie E-zines. The only time he's not listening to music is when he's watching television shows and movies or reading, usually music magazines.

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