Garbage Working On “Lucky 7” Album In The Studio

Now that they’ve finished celebrating the 20th anniversary of their sophomore album Version 2.0 last year, Garbage has spent most of 2019 so far working on their upcoming 7th studio album. In February, they teased the “darkness and light” and “sugar and spice” they were creating in the studio. This week, they seem to be feeling good about their “lucky 7” album. Indeed, if seven is a lucky number, their upcoming album should be a great one!

Check out Garbage’s latest studio updates below:


A band that writes together, sticks together.


Long day in the studio for both of us………


Garbage first started working on new songs in spring 2017. That summer, we got a taste of their upcoming 7th album when they shared “No Horses” as a single. It was one of five songs they’d already started that year. They continued working on new songs early in 2018 and into that spring, though studio time halted when they toured in celebration of Version 2.0 turning 20.

For Record Store Day: Black Friday, Garbage shared another new song; “Destroying Angels” was released more widely this January. Whereas “No Horses” was apocalyptic, “Destroying Angels” is a murder song. It sounds like the next Garbage album will be pretty dark! Though, as they said in February, it’ll be balanced out with some light, too. And, of course, sugar and spice and everything nice.

Last we heard, guitarist Steve Marker stated that they’re aiming to release the album in late 2019 or early 2020.

More Garbage News

Catch up on all that’s gone into making the album so far, and get ready for more studio updates as the band continues recording. As we await more news on Garbage’s upcoming “lucky 7” album, keep checking back here for all the latest music updates.

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