Garbage - Why Do You Love Me - Video Streams
‘Why Do You Love Me’
The new single, out March 28 th on Warner Bros.
With ten-million album sales under their belt, Garbage are set to release ‘WhyDoYouLoveMe’ on March28 th as the first single to be taken from their eagerly-anticipated fourth album ‘BleedLikeMe’, which follows on April11 th.
Produced by TonyHoffer (TheThrills, TurinBrakes), the dazzling ‘Why Do You Love Me’ is one of the most aggressive moments of
‘BleedLikeMe’ and features an explosive and frenetic chorus complimented by a melody that ButchVig describes as Spector-esque, marking Garbage’s thundering return to their original hard rock sound.
As vocalist ShirleyManson remarked of the album’s recording process, “For the first time in a long time, the boys went in and set up amps and made it super loud and just played. I think you can feel that. The guitars sound great because of that.”
Amongst the highlights of the ‘BleedLikeMe’ are the dynamic opener ‘BadBoyfriend’, a heavy out and out rock song featuring a guest appearance from DaveGrohl on drums. Elsewhere the tender approach of the title-track and Manson’s angelic vocals contrast to mesmerising effect with the darkly themed lyrical outlook. ‘It’sAllOverButTheCrying’ is a mournful, piano-led ballad and the closer ‘HappyHome’ is Garbage at their most epic and ambitious.
Garbage will support the release of ‘BleedLikeMe’ with a full UK tour in April, with dates to be announced as they’re confirmed.
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