Garbage make return after seven year break

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Shirley Manson says Garbage took a seven year break because of the pressure of the music business.

The lead singer said: "We just constantly felt we weren't doing good enough and constantly getting compared to other bands' performances. That's just a mad way to live your life. It's insanity."

"Music and art should never be quantified or measured by chart success or radio play. That's just crazy." She added.

The band are now back with a new album, Not Your Kind of People, which Manson says has a "classic Garbage" sound.

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