Version 2.0 sounds better than ever two decades later.
Fleetwood Mac’s Stevie Nicks, Katy Perry, Sia, and more have also vowed to boycott the satellite radio provider.
The rocker began cutting herself in her teens and especially struggled with self-harm around the time of Garbage’s 1998 sophomore album.
The first episode of This Must Be the Gig starts out with our No. 1 Crush.
The Garbage singer has plenty to teach us when it comes to the #MeToo movement, Neil Portnow, and the music industry.
The band will begin recording next month in Palm Springs, as Shirley Manson reveals in a new interview.
“KNEEL PORTNOW,” read Apple’s shirt, a response to calls for Recording Academy president Neil Portnow’s resignation.
“Morrissey has lost the fucking plot,” tweets the Garbage frontwoman.
Video for the alt icons’ latest track doesn’t shy away from the struggles of 2017.
To help celebrate the launch of their joint tour with Blondie.
Helmed by Pancake Mountain creator Scott Stuckey.
Shirley Manson and Butch Vig reflect on two decades of tumult and triumph.