Garbage announce two NZ shows

Last updated 08:37 22/11/2012
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BACK ON THE ROAD: UK band Garbage are going on a world tour next year.

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For the first time in 10 years, Garbage will play two shows in New Zealand next February.

Fronted by Shirley Manson, the band will perform in Auckland and Wellington next year.

Garbage released their debut album in 1995, which spawned hits like Stupid Girl and Only Happy When It Rains.

In the 17 years since, the band have released the gold-selling albums Version 2.0, Beautiful Garbage and Bleed Like Me as well as their latest long-player Not Your Kind of People earlier this year.

They have just released their greatest hits, The Absolute Collection, which features 20 songs.

Known for their live shows, Garbage have sold over 12 million albums worldwide, performed in over thirty-five countries and will tour worldwide in 2013.

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February 19 - Michael Fowler Centre, Wellington
February 20 - Civic Theatre, Auckland

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