Garbage to play debut album in full on 20th anniversary tour

The band will celebrate two decades of their self-titled debut on the 20 Years Queer Tour

Garbage have announced a new tour called the 20 Years Queer Tour to mark their 20th anniversary.

The band, led by singer Shirley Manson, released their self-titled debut in 1995. Now, they will play the LP in at a series of dates in North America and Europe.

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In a statement announcing the tour, the group wrote: “It’s the 20th anniversary of our debut album, we’re going on tour this fall to play a handful of shows in celebration. We’ll be playing the entire record front to back for the first time ever. We hope all our fans will come join with us to celebrate.”

Garbage will play UK dates at London’s Brixton Academy, Manchester Academy and Usher Hall in Edinburgh during November. See the dates in full below and watch a trailer video for the tour.

Garbage’s latest album ‘Not Your Kind of People’ was released in 2012, their fifth studio effort to date. They recently released a new 10-inch single ‘The Chemicals’ for Record Store Day in April.

Garbage play:

London Brixton Academy (November 8, 9)
Manchester Academy (13)
Edinburgh Usher Hall (14)