The shows follow the May 14 release of their fifth album 'Not Your Kind Of People'
Garbage will be playing a handful of UK shows in July.
The band follow up their one-off show at London’s Troxy on May 9 with four more UK shows, starting on July 1 at London O2 Academy Brixton, then visiting Wolverhampton Civil Hall on July 2 and Manchester Academy (July 3) and finishing up at Glasgow Barrowlands (July 4). The dates make up part of a larger European tour.
Garbage release their fifth album ‘Not Your Kind Of People’ on May 14. The album, which is their first since 2005’s ‘Bleed Like Me’, will be released on the band’s own record label Stunvolume.
Recorded in Atwater Village in Los Angeles, the album has been produced by Garbage and mixed by the band’s drummer Butch Vig. A deluxe version of the album will feature extra songs ‘The One’, ‘What Girls Are Made Of’, ‘Bright Tonight’ and ‘Show Me’.
Tickets for the new dates go on sale March 30 at 9am.
London Troxy (May 9)
London O2 Academy Brixton (July 1)
Wolverhampton Civil Hall (2)
Manchester Academy (3)
Glasgow Barrowlands (4)