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Garbage has a "dream-fueled anxiety attack" with new song, "No Horses"

ABC/Randy HolmesGarbage has premiered a new single called "No Horses." The track, which alternates between dreamy and dance-y, is streaming now on YouTube.

"'No Horses' is basically a dream-fueled anxiety attack," says frontwoman Shirley Manson. "A dark imagining of the future in which a presiding regime values only profit and success,  leaving no room for tiny beautiful things, small gestures and great beasts."

Proceeds from "No Horses" will be donated to the International Committee of the Red Cross.

Garbage is currently on a co-headlining tour with Blondie. Along the way, the band will stop at a various record stores and bookstores to sign copies of their new autobiographical coffee table book, This Is the Noise that Keeps Me Awake.

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