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- Posted on Nov 1st 2010 1:00PM by Chris Cope
Speaking to students at the University of the West of Scotland alongside her new husband and producer Billy Bush, singer Shirley Manson confirmed that the band are indeed on the way back from hibernation, reports The Herald.
The Scot revealed the group -- which also includes producer of Nirvana's 'Nevermind', Butch Vig -- have recorded "quite a lot" and that she would like to go out on the road again in 2011.
She said, "I'm working on a record right now with the band. We've recorded quite a lot but it's difficult to quantify.
"It's the first one in a long time. I took about five years off. I'd like to do some touring next year."
As the situation demanded -- speaking to fresh faced music students -- industry advice was the order of the day, with Manson telling her audience that democratically splitting money equally in your band is the best bet to avoid any tension.
She added, "When you get into a band, whether you are -- the main writer or whatever -- split the money equal ways. Then you will have a happy band. They are doing the same work as you."
The return of Garbage has seemingly been a long time coming, with Manson hinting on her Facebook page back in February that the band were in the studio again, as previously reported by Spinner.