An eagerly awaited British tour with Blondie is scheduled for next November. Check out all the dates and the video for “The men who rule the world”!
Garbage announced their seventh studio album “No Gods No Masters”, out June 11. The band also shared the single “The men who rule the world”, the first one from the new full length. Take a look of it at the end of this article.
“The men who rule the world” is an accusation and a call to arms, a powerful tune, a protest song and a clear statement by a band that still believes in the power of dissent.
«This is our seventh album, and its content has been highly influenced by numerology: the seven virtues, the seven sorrows and the seven deadly sins» reveals Garbage frontwoman Shirley Manson. «It’s our attempt to make sense of the chaotic world we live in. This is the album that we felt we had to record right now».
Produced by Garbage and longtime collaborator Billy Brush, “No Gods No Masters” was born in the summer of 2018 in Palm Springs desert.
The band had gathered in a house and from there, in two weeks, they had begun to give a first structure to the album, between jam sessions and experimentations. Then the four pieces had taken the demos and started working on them individually, before returning to Los Angeles to close the new record together.
Garbage will also release a deluxe CD and digital version of “No Gods No Masters” including covers of classic tracks like David Bowie “Starman” and “Because the night” written by Patti Smith and Bruce Springsteen.
In their version of “Because the night”, the American punk rock band Screaming Females also joins Garbage.
6th November – Liverpool (M&S Bank Arena)
8th November – Birmingham (Utilita Arena)
9th November – Manchester (AO Arena)
11th November – Hull (Bonus Arena)
12th November – Nottingham (Motorpoint Arena)
14th November – Brighton (Brighton Centre)
16th November – Cardiff (Motorpoint Arena)
18th November – London (The 02)
20th November – Glasgow (SSE Hydro)
21st November – Leeds (First Direct Arena)