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Garbage releases new single "No Horses"

Garbage have released a new single and it's absolutely fantastic! The industrial-tinged electro-rock tune "No Horses" is dark and atmospheric, built on driving beats, crunching guitars and distorted electronics, while featuring some bleak, dystopian lyrics. It might be a little early to be talking about a new album, considering the band's latest, Strange Little Birds, came out just over a year ago. But if "No Horses" is any indication of what their next offering will sound like, I'm all for it!

All of the band's profits from sales and streaming of the single will be donated to the International Committee of the Red Cross. Garbage are currently co-headlining a North American tour with Blondie (which included special guest Sky Ferreira at the Hollywood Bowl last Sunday), and have recently released their first book, the autobiography This Is the Noise That Keeps Me Awake.

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  1. YESSSS - God I wish I could go to that tour!

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    1. OMG me too! Garbage, Blondie AND Sky?? LEGENDS ONLY

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