Garbage to air comeback single in October Get Tickets

The band will release their fifth album in 2012

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Garbage are set to make a return this autumn, when they will air the first single from their forthcoming new album.

The Shirley Manson fronted band have finished mixing the first track from the follow-up to 2006’s 'Bleed Like Me', and have made rough mixes of 24 songs. Working titles of some of the tracks involved include: 'Time Will Destroy Everything', 'Blood For Poppies', 'Automatic Systematic Habit', 'Control', 'Lies, Lies, Lies', 'Sugar', 'Not Your Kind Of People', 'T.R.O.U.B.L.E', 'Felt', 'Big Brite World', 'Alone' and 'Animal'.

‘Not Your Kind Of People’ features vocals from Manson's 11-year-old goddaughter, reports Wears The Trousers. The as-yet-untitled album is set for a 2012 release. Of the songs, Manson said:
When I say that I think we are making the best collection of songs of our career I think I am being honest.

She continued:
They may not be the most cutting edge or the hippest thing or the sound of a decade or any of that shit, but I think it is an honest collection of ideas coming from a bunch of freaks and geeks, laying down where we are at and who we are and everything we have been through and, well, the authenticity of that can't be debated.

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